Paramount Studios is intent on making a movie remake of its iconic 1961 classic film starring Audrey Hepburn. But an heir to Truman Capote, who wrote the novella the film is based on, "has been shopping a television series, and gotten 7-figure offers from multiple interested buyers," reports The Hollywood Reporter. "Early last year, both sides pursued settlement with the idea that Paramount would be involved in the TV production, but in May, negotiations were halted when Paramount chief Jim Gianopulos decided to opt for a feature instead. Now they're fussing over decades-old deal work and trying to figure out who has power to commission a new version. That's what spurred a lawsuit filed last November."