If she wasn’t at that point, Mila Kunis is presently the “Luckiest Girl Alive,” signing on to star in the film adaptation of the top rated novel for Netflix.
Kunis stars as Ani FaNell in the forthcoming film, in light of Jessica Knoll’s 2015 New York Times top of the line thrill ride about a New York magazine editor whose “meticulously crafted life” is overturned when a wrongdoing narrative powers her to remember the stunning realities of a staggering episode from her young years. The “Bad Moms,” “Black Swan” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star will likewise create the task under her Orchard Farm Productions banner.
The film is being shepherded by producers Bruna Papandrea and Jeanne Snow for Made Up Stories and Erik Feig and Lucy Kitada for Picturestart, the last of which will manage the creation. Papandrea and Feig have been appended to produce “Luckiest Girl Alive” since they obtained the rights to Knoll’s then-unpublished novel in 2015.
The book has since proceeded to sell over 1,000,000 duplicates and has been converted into 38 different languages.
Knoll is adapting the screenplay and will fill in as an execeutive producer on the movie, coordinated by Mike Barker. Likewise filling in as leader makers are Orchard Farm Productions’ Lisa Sterbakov, Picturestart’s Shayne Fiske Goldner and Made Up Stories’ Steve Hutensky.
Kunis, Knoll and Barker are totally represented by CAA. Kunis is additionally repped by Curtis Talent Management and lawyer Patti Felker. Meadow is repped by Paradigm for distributing and Christine Cuddy at Kleinberg Lange Cuddy and Carlo. Barker is repped by Independent Talent Group in the UK and Jackoway Austen Tyerman.