according to Deadlinethe acclaimed and successful novel ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo’ had its rights acquired by the Netflix and will be adapted into a feature film.
The information indicates that Liz Bowl will be responsible for the production script. She is known for her work on ‘Little Fires Everywhere’which became a huge success in the Prime Video.
The original book was written by Taylor Jenkins Reid and was released in 2017.
Check out the official synopsis below (via Amazon):
Legendary Hollywood star Evelyn Hugo has always been in the spotlight ― whether it’s starring in an Oscar-winning production, starring in a scandal or appearing with a new husband… for the seventh time. Now, about to turn eighty and a recluse in her apartment on the Upper East Side, the famous actress decides to tell her own story – or her “true story” -, but on one condition: that Monique Grant, a novice and hitherto unknown journalist, be the interviewer. As she embarks on this mysterious endeavor, the young reporter begins to realize that nothing is by chance ― and that their trajectories can be deeply and irreversibly connected.
Liza Chasin e Brad Mendelsohn will oversee the project.
No other information has been released.