Nicole Kidman has another production in the works with Amazon, and it’s another book adaptation. Look out for Pretty Things, and here are the details.
There’s another book adaptation on the way. Pretty Things by Janelle Brown is going to be adapted for Amazon, with Nicole Kidman set to star and produce. It’s just the latest of adaptations Kidman is involved in, one of those also coming to Amazon.
Pretty Things was a project everyone wanted. According to Deadline, Amazon snagged the rights. It’s certainly a project many fans of Brown and of Kidman are going to be excited to see.
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The book follows two women, who are set to survive a game of destruction and deceit. Nina has a liberal arts degree but a failed dream. She steals from rich kids as a way to get by, hoping to give her daughter the childhood she deserves. Vanessa is a privileged heiress and Instagram influencer who loves to travel the world.
The two women’s paths collide on the Lake Tahoe shores, which is where they start a journey of revenge and duplicity.
Pretty Things hasn’t even been published yet. It’s heading to shelves on Apr. 21, but is one that Brown fans are excited to read. On top of that, Brown is set to executive produce the adaptation, as well as write it.
The news follows Kidman producing and starring in another book adaptation, My Lovely Wife. The high-profile star is also in The Undoing, which was recently pushed to a fall release by HBO due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There are no dates on when Pretty Things will be released just yet. With the show only just being picked up, we’re likely looking at the end of 2021 at the very earliest.
What do you hope to see from Nicole Kidman next? Which book adaptations would you love to see Amazon pick up? Share your thoughts in the comments below.