AGI Vigliano Literary has also been tremendously successful in helping its literary properties reach the silver screen. Some of the more notable productions include MGM’s adaptation of Ben Mezrich’s Bringing Down the House starring Academy Award® winner Kevin Spacey. Also, The Oldest Rookie, by Jim Morris and Joe Engel was adapted into the hit Disney movie The Rookie, starring Dennis Quaid, and Mike Sager’s GQ article was adapted into the Touchstone Pictures release Veronica Guerin, starring Academy Award® winner Cate Blanchett.

Other Vigliano books to get the big screen studio treatment include Eddie Little’s Another Day in Paradise, directed by Larry Clark and starring James Woods and Melanie Griffith, and Chris Radant’s short story collection Home for the Holidays, directed by Jodie Foster and starring Holly Hunter, Anne Bancroft and Robert Downey, Jr. Books made into critically acclaimed independent films include Blake Nelson’s Girl, Joshua Miller’s The Mao Game, and Bruce Craven’s Fast Sofa.