Warner Bros. bought the rights to Mollen's collection of witty essays about life, which hit bookshelves in June. They track how her priorities changed from being a hard-partying social media maven with low impulse control who once invited her drug dealer to Passover, to someone ready to tackle the challenges of motherhood. Whoever ends up writing the script will be distilling Mollen's experiences into a narrative.
Gail Berman is attached to produce the movie alongside Hathaway, but this one is still at an embryonic stage and doesn't have a director circling yet.
Hathaway was last seen reprising her role in Alice Through The Looking Glass and is the star of unusual monster movie Colossal, which will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival next month. She also recently joined the cast of Ocean's Eleven spin-off Ocean's Eight, which should be shooting in a couple of months.
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