Looking at the development history of your own book, a crowdfunded movie seems like a realistic option, don't you think, +Daniel Suarez
And please don't let anyone spoil the technological depth and societal insights of your book(s) by putting too much emphasis on all the action sequences - which are of course important to progress story elements, no doubt. If this movie adaption will be done right, we would probably have yet another movie classic right there in front of us. If it fails, it will be a serious waste of writing/thinking talent.
And what I am most concerned about: If someone would make the movie fail on purpose, just to put a negative spin on the clear message of both books. We should closely watch the movie development progression.
As far as I am concerned, I am actually glad movie rights are not in the hands of Hollywood anymore.