Neil LaBute's SOME GIRLS Being Adapted for the Big Screen; Adam Brody to Star
TV star Adam Brody has signed onto a film adaptation of Neil LaBute's SOME GIRLS, according to Variety.
Brody rose to fame on 'The O.C.' and has more recently been heard opposite THE BOOK OF MORMON's Josh Gad in MTV's 'Good Vibes' and is currently filming the feature film 'Lovelace' with Amanda Seyfried.
LaBute's play focuses on Guy, who, with his impending marriage looming over him, decides to revisit the most important relationships in his life with the hopes of putting his past to bed. But a recently published account of his romantic liaisons haunts his every encounter, and trust isn't something you can rebuild overnight.
LaBute, a prolific playwright, director, screenwriter and author of short stories, has penned such plays as bash: latter-day plays, The Distance From Here, The Shape of Things and This is How it Goes.
No additional casting was announced, and a release date has not yet been set for the film; production starts in April under the direction of Jennifer Getzinger. LaBute himself is set to adapt SOME GIRLS for the silver screen, and the playwright will co-produce the movie with Leeden Media.