Roger Avary To Direct Adaptation Of Bret Easton Ellis's "Glamorama", Sex Scenes Hot As Hell
Just finished reading Roger Avary's adaptation of "Glamorama" which he will direct next year. Hilarious, horrific, sad. He's a mad genius. And if he can get away with the sex scenes: it's as hot as fucking hell...
In my opinion, Avary's Rules of Attraction is the best of the Ellis adaptations, so this is good news indeed. But I agree with the commenters- I'll believe it when I see it. Avary has owned the rights for years, and according to an interview Ellis gave way back in 2005, "Getting the money is tough... because it's about an American who has committed terrorist acts in Europe." It's also a sprawling, meta-narrative full of graphic sex and violence that is sure to cost a bundle.
This seems like something Ellis would have tweeted six years ago, had Twitter been around. So what's the deal? Is this a time traveling tweet sent from the past? Is Ellis fucking with us? Looking forward to the bloody, bisexual madness, if it ever happens.
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