Blake Lively will star in the film adaptation of It Ends With Us

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“It Ends With Us” is in the works. Justin Baldoni, in addition to starring alongside Blake Lively, will direct the film, with a screenplay written by Christy Hall. Colleen Hoover’s novel of the same name is one of the many hits of the cultural phenomenon that has garnered over 2 billion views on TikTok. The best-selling author in the United States to date has in fact sold more than 20 million books and five of the ones she has written have been bestsellers of 2022. It Ends With Us has been in the New York Times bestsellers for about 90 weeks, so all that remains is to see how the film will turn out.

It Ends With Us: the plot

A girl named Lily who has just moved and is ready to start her life after college. She meets a boy named Ryle and she falls in love with him. While she is developing feelings for Ryle, Atlas, her first love, reappears and threatens Lily and Ryle’s relationship. The novel was picked up in 2019 by Baldoni and Wayfarer Studios, who worked with Hoover, who is working on the project as a film consultant.

Who is Blake Lively

Blake Lively recently made her directorial debut with Taylor Swift’s 2021 music video “I Bet You Think About Me,” which earned her two ACM Award nominations and one CMA nomination. He will next reprise his role in the sequel to “A Simple Favor” with Anna Kendrick and Paul Feig returning to direct. He will next be behind the camera on Searchlight’s adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s graphic novel “Seconds,” written and executive produced by Edgar Wright, along with Marc Platt.

Who is Justin Baldoni

Justin Baldoni is best known for his starring role on The CW’s “Jane the Virgin,” but has since moved more behind the camera with films like “Clouds” and “Five Feet Apart.” He hosts the Webby-nominated podcast The Man Enough Podcast, which investigates the nuances of masculinity.

Screenwriter Christy Hall

He recently made his directorial debut with “Daddio,” adapted from the play of the same name. Dakota Johnson and Sean Penn star in the film, which is currently in post-production. Hall also wrote the English-language remake of Joachim Trier’s “Thelma” for FilmNation and Craig Gillespie, and adapted “Hold Back the Stars” for Dan Cohen and Stephen King’s “The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon”. He is also writing the screenplay for “The Husband’s Secret,” based on Liane Moriarty’s bestseller. His name is also among the producers of the TV series Servant on Apple TV + created by M. Night Shyamalan.