Blumhouse has won the rights to New York Times story that reported a mother's revenge spree in Mexico. She took on the drug cartels in order to avenge her daughter's killers. The police were able to get ten of them before she was shot and killed in 2017 on Mother's Day.
Producing the project along with Blumhouse will be New York Times. Caitlin Roper, an executive producer of New York Times, will produce it along with the article writer Azam Ahmed. He has won the Michael Kelly Award for his reporting of Latin America. He has also been recognized for Polk award, an Overseas Press Club award and the James Foley Medill Medal, which recognizes courage in pursuit of a story.
His reporting on corruption and the illegal use of spyware, Pegasus, helped launch federal investigations in México and led to major arrests and reform and the project was submitted by The Times for a Pulitzer Prize.
Source material: Yahoo.com