Holly Hunter in talks to star in film based on Sue Miller’s novel ‘Monogamy’ – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Oscar-winning actress Holly Hunter is in talks to star and produce the feature film adaptation of Sue Miller’s bestselling novel Monogamy.

Killer Films and Yellow Bear Films made a deal for the book, I hear, with Dani Shapiro ready to adapt and produce as well. Miller will serve as the EP.

Published by Harper last September in hardcover with the paperback version on sale today, Monogamy follows the golden couple, Graham and Annie, who remain loyal to each other after nearly 30 years of marriage. Graham is a bookseller, a large gregarious man with great appetites – curious, eager to please, a lover of life, and the friendly host of frequent and lively parties at Annie and Cambridge’s comfortable home in Cambridge. Annie, more reserved and introspective, is a photographer. When Graham dies suddenly – the man whose enormous presence seemed to dominate their life together – Annie is lost. What’s the point of continuing, she wonders, without him? Then, while she still mourns him intensely, she discovers that Graham had been unfaithful to her; and she soars into the darkness, wondering if she ever really knew the man who loved her.

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Besides Shapiro, the producers of the project will include Pam Koffler for Killer Films and Andrew Morrison for Yellow Bear Films.

Miller has been published in 22 countries around the world. The good mother, the first of Miller’s ten novels, was an immediate bestseller with over six months at the top of the New York Times graphics, and was made into a 1988 film starring Diane Keaton and Liam Neeson and directed by the late Leonard Nimoy. The following novels include three main selections from Book of the Month: Family photos (nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award), During my absence (a selection from Oprah’s Book Club), and The senator’s wife. Prior to Monogamy, Miller wrote The arsonist. The author’s many honors include a Guggenheim and a Radcliffe Institute Fellowship.

Shapiro is the author of the moment New York Times successful memories, Heritage, which was published in January 2019 by Knopf. His other books include the memoirs Hourglass, Writing again, Devotion, and Slow motion, and five novels including Black White and Family history.

In addition to teaching writing workshops around the world, Shapiro has taught at Columbia and New York University, and is the co-founder of the Sirenland Writers Conference in Positano, Italy. In 2019, she launched her podcast, Family secrets, in collaboration with iHeartMedia. An iTunes Top 10 podcast, the series features stories from guests who, like Shapiro, have uncovered heartbreaking and long-hidden secrets from their family’s past.

Hunter is a 4x Oscar nominee. She won Best Actress at the Oscars for 1993 The piano. She also won a Golden Globe – Best Dramatic Actress for this film, as well as a BAFTA and Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival. She is also a two-time Primetime Emmy winner in the Mini-Series / Best Special Actress category for the years 1989. Roe vs. Wade and 1993 The positively true adventures of the alleged murderous Texas cheerleader mother.

His other Oscar nominated films include those of 1987 News broadcast and 2003 Thirteen, but in 1994 she was nominated twice for Best Actress and Supporting Actress respectively for The piano and The company. She has also been nominated for three BAFTA Awards, seven Screen Actors Guild Awards, seven Golden Globe Awards and seven Emmy Awards for performances throughout her career.

Miller is replaced by WME. Shapiro is replaced by WME and Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Slez. Hunter is replaced by ICM Partners, Management 360 and Ziffren Brittenham.

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