She has Professor Marston And The Wonder Women headed to screens this year, but writer/director Angela Robinson has her eye on a future project. She's aiming to adapt Terry Moore's graphic novel series Strangers In Paradise for the screen.

Robinson will work with the writer and artist on the script for the film, adapting the long-running illustrated series. The story follows Katchoo, a beautiful young woman living a quiet life with everything going for her. She’s smart, independent, and very much in love with her best friend, Francine. Then Katchoo meets David, a gentle but persistent young man who is determined to win Katchoo’s heart. The resulting love triangle is a touching comedy of romantic errors... at least until Katchoo’s former employer comes looking for her and $850,000 in missing mob money.

"I’ve been wanting to adapt Strangers In Paradise for over a decade, since the first time I read it and couldn’t put it down," Robinson tells Variety. "Terry Moore writes real female characters with such breathtaking sensitivity. With Strangers In Paradise, he pulls off the nearly impossible – a sexy, stylish crime story with tons of heart. I look forward to our collaboration!"

Professor Marston, which chronicles the man who created Wonder Woman, and the women in his life who inspired the character, has premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and will hit the London Film Festival in October ahead of a 13 October launch in the States and a 10 November arrival on these shores.