Paramount has won the services of Brad Pitt and Natalie Portman to star in the adaptation of Leanne Shapton’s unusual book.
Written in the form of a Sotheby’s-alike estate catalogue, Important Artefacts And Personal Property From The Collection Of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion And Jewellery, follows the ups and downs of a four-year relationship between a 40-year old photographer and a 20-something food columnist.
Yes, they’re really aiming for blockbuster appeal this time. And we’re going to guess that title will shorten just a little.
Still, Paramount must consider this one important – the studio fought a bidding war for the book rights and plans to develop the tale as a romantic comedy.
Next week, expect Warners to announce competing project Eggs, Crisps, Wine and Cigs: The Shopping List Of A Man In Canterbury Who Prefers Sainsbury’s To Tesco’s.
Is the presence of star power alone enough to make you want to see this?
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