“The great thing about this life of ours is that you can be someone different to everybody.” – All the Bright Places
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Released in January of 2015, Jennifer Niven’s book All The Bright Places has been compared to John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars as well as Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor & Park. It has been optioned for a film by Mazur/Kaplan, and Miguel Arteta, an accomplished director of films such as Youth in Revolt and television shows such as The Carrie Diaries, is set to direct. The author of the novel will write the script. Production is set to begin in spring 2016, and will most likely have a release date in 2017. In the most exciting news of all: Elle Fanning will play Violet!
Violet Markey: Elle Fanning
Synopsis: A girl who learns to live from a boy who wants to die. All Violet Markey wants to do after the death of her sister is to escape the memories. Theodore Finch wants to escape life altogether. When the two of them meet up on top of the school’s bell tower, one thing is certain, they both have lives they wish they could change. After being assigned a class assignment to travel around their state of Indiana to find interesting tourist attractions, they develop a friendship. However, as Violet’s life gets better, Finch’s begins to fall apart even more. This is a story of finding yourself, tragedy, and heartbreak.