Here are all of the headlines you may have missed this month.
NPR’s All Things Considered highlights WELCOME TO THE NEW WORLD; Weekend Edition Sunday interviews Dylan Farrow [HUSH]; NPR reviews THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LA RUE + UNDAUNTED + JACK + SHELTER IN PLACE + THE NIGHTWORKERS + RING SHOUT + DARK ARCHIVES
The New York Times “Group Text” Book Club features DEAR CHILD
The New York Times reviews UNDAUNTED + BLAND FANATICS + SHELTER IN PLACE + 150 GLIMPSES OF THE BEATLES + WHAT TECH CALLS THINKING + BLOCKCHAIN CHICKEN FARM + DARK ARCHIVES & features Lili Reinhart [SWIMMING LESSONS] + Mariah Carey [THE MEANING OF MARIAH CAREY]
THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LA RUE is getting adapted into a feature film. Studio eOne has acquired rights for the movie, which will be produced by Gerard Butler’s company G-Base.
The rights for DEATH AT SEAWORLD have been secured by Lorenzo Mieli for The Apartment (a Fremantle company behind international hits such as the Academy Award-winning director Paolo Sorrentino’s The Young Pope and The New Pope, and My Brilliant Friend by Saverio Costanzo based on Elena Ferrante’s bestselling books) and by BAFTA Award-winning Producers Hilary Martin and Simon Judd for Castlefield, also a Fremantle company.
A trailer is out for ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL, based on the books by James Herriott. It debuts on PBS on Jan. 10.
The Hollywood Reporter announced that Claire Foy and Benedict Cumberbatch have teamed up to adapt MIGRATIONS by Charlotte McConaghy for the screen!
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