Studio A24 will produce for Apple TV + a film called The Sky is Everywhere, the adaptation of the homonymous story by the American writer Jandy Nelson. It tells the story of a seventeen-year-old girl whose life is turned upside down by the death of her sister.
The role of the protagonist was obtained, in a series of auditions rather excited, by Grace Kaufman, according to reports Deadline. It is the first starring role in a film for the actress who has mainly worked in the world of TV series – she starred in particular in the sitcom Dad full time, starring Matt LeBlanc (Joey of Friends), in the role of Kate, the older than the three children.
Jandy Nelson herself will turn the story into a screenplay, while the direction should be entrusted to Josephine Decker, who has already directed the films Madeline's Madeline and Shirley, which stars Elisabeth Moss (Peggy of Mad Men).
At the moment the rumors of Deadline have not been confirmed by Apple or A24, but generally the magazine is very reliable on all Hollywood-related movements. There are no details on the release times, also because the COVID-19 pandemic is still intense in the United States. While we mentioned Friends, it is worth mentioning that David Schwimmer said that filming for the special reunion episode should start again in August, but he still does not feel ready to release a specific date.
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