David Levithan's YA Novel 'Every Day' Is Going to be a Movie
Remember when we wanted David Levithan's Every Day to be turned into a TV series or a movie? Well, the YA gods have heard us because according to Deadline, MGM has acquired the rights to produce the movie adaptation for the best-selling young adult movie.
The movie is set to cast Angourie Rice (she'll be appearing in Spider-Man: Homecoming soon and in The Beguiled with Elle Fanning!) as Rhiannon, a girl who falls in love with an entity named A. A travels and gets into a new body every day, which means he's a new person every single day.
Directing the movie is Michael Suscy (The Vow and Grey Gardens) while Me and Earl and the Dying Girl's Jesse Andrews is going to adapt the novel for the big screen. The best part of this announcement? They're going to start production next month already in Toronto!
Are you as excited as we are already? ♥