DreamWorks options I SAW YOU

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Wait a minute, help may be on the way for uninsured Julia Wertz! Andrea McCloud’s script based on I SAW YOU, the book she edited, has been picked up by DreamWorks after a bidding war for somewhere in the neighborhood of $500,000.

Company ponied up mid-six figures for the romantic comedy pitch, which sparked a heated bidding war involving Screen Gems and New Line, among others.

George Tillman (“Notorious”) is attached to direct the project, which involves four intersecting love stories;and his State Street shingle is onboard to produce.


Now before you say Julia is buying the brews from here on out, note the bidding war was for McCloud’s script, not an option. But let’s hope some of that moolah will trickle down to Wertz.

Comments

  1. not mike carlin says:

    Once Hollywood saw the title of her fundraiser “Fuck America” they couldn’t line up fast enough to support her.

  2. the bidding was indeed for McCloud and the studio, not for the option/book. From here on out I have nothing to do with this.

  3. michael says:

    That’s too bad Julia. :(

    Sorry, from the getgo, there were so many other people involved in your book anyways, that i thought even you would’ve only recieved , maybe some money.

    But really, you’re gonna have NOTHING to do with it? At all? O.o

  4. Oh fart. I just showed the film of Julia talking about insurance to my daughter and then read the “good news” about the book deal – which made us all smile; only to discover now that it’s not such good news:(

  5. I can see how this was sold.
    ” A chick flick movie but for little girls under twelve who have to deal with fitting in at school, boys, a l@me job, (they grow so fast) and stressful academic preparation to get accepted to the best private high school! ”
    Where they’ll go through the same issues again!”

  6. I can see how this was sold.
    ” A chick flick movie but for little girls under twelve who have to deal with fitting in at school, boys, a l@me job, (they grow so fast) and stressful academic preparation to get accepted to the best private high school! ”
    Where they’ll go through the same issues again!

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