Oscar-nominated director of “Call Me by Your Name” Luca Quadagnino Produced by Mara and co-written by “The Giver” Michael Midnick will write the script and lead the project.
Although the plot details are hidden, Hepburn is a celebrity for his performances in classic films such as “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, “My Fair Lady”, “Wait and Dill Dark”, “Sareed” and “Sabrina”. During his four-decade career, Hepburn received EGOT status, winning Emmy, Oscar, Tony and Grammy awards, the last of which he received posthumously. She was also a dedicated philanthropist, working with UNICEF to help children in Africa, South America and Asia and receiving the Presidential Medal in 1992.
Mara was twice nominated for an Academy Award for her work in 2011’s “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” and 2015 “Carol”. He recently starred in Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley with Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Tony Colette and Willem Tofo. Mara’s upcoming projects include Sarah Polly’s “Women’s Talk”, a play centered on the eight Mennonite women, starring Francis McDormand, Ben Wishow, Claire Foy and Jesse Buckley.
Guadacchino recently completed the production of his upcoming romantic horror film “Bones and All” starring Taylor Russell and Timothy Salamet. The Italian filmmaker also co-wrote and co-wrote the 2021 HBO miniseries “We Are Who Were”. In addition to “The Giver”, Midnick is best known for writing on “The Current War”, “The Stacking Girl” and the HPO series “Vinyl”.
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