Rhiannon and A will be hitting the big screens soon! It has been confirmed just recently that Every Day“, a young adult novel written by David Levithan would have a film adaptation! Taping is bound to begin next month in Toronto, according to Variety.
Michael Sucsy, noted for directing another book turned film adaptation The Vow is set to direct the film. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl author and screenwriter Jesse Andrews will be adapting the script.
Sixteen-year-old Australian actress Angourie Rice will be playing half of the book’s protagonists, Rhiannon. Rice is known for portraying “Holly” in action comedy film The Nice Guys.
Every Day is told in the first person point of view of A, an entity who lives in different teenage bodies every day. His encounter with Rhiannon brews a romance between them.
The film will be distributed by MGM.
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