20th Century Fox already has a successful collaboration with writer John Green. In 2014, The Fault in the Stars, based on his novel, became a box office hit, grossing over $ 300 million. Therefore, it is not surprising that the major intends to continue working with the author. According to Variety, Fox bosses competed for the rights to a full-length adaptation of Green's book, Turtles All the Way Down.|
The bestselling book revolves around a 16-year-old schoolgirl with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Aza did not plan to interfere in the case of billionaire Russell Pickett, who is on the run, but a reward of a hundred thousand dollars is at stake, and her best friend wants to start an investigation. To find out the truth, the girls decide to get close to the son of a rich man ...
The production of the project, as in the case of the melodrama "The Fault in Our Stars", is being produced by Temple Hill, and a new film will be released under the banner of Fox 2000.
After the success of The Fault in the Stars, the studio also managed to film Paper Cities, which also came out from the pen of Green. However, the painting with Cara Delevingne failed to reach the heights of its predecessor. An adaptation of another novel by the writer, In Search of Alaska, has been in development for several years, but news about it has not appeared for quite some time.
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