Rosie Nixon's THE STYLIST to be adapted for the big screen!
14th March, 2018
Rosie Nixon’s The Stylist (HQ Stories) is being adapted for the big screen by Hollywood screen writer and producer, Karen McCullah (Legally Blonde, 10 Things I Hate About You). Writer-producer McCullah will pen the script for the film, which is centred around the highly entertaining and notoriously competitive celebrity awards season.
McCullah, whose previous rom-coms include The Ugly Truth (2009) with Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler, and Crazy Kind Of Love (2013) with Virginia Madsen, says “The Stylist’s big-screen potential and cinematic appeal was clear from the start, the novel is very well written, smart and funny. The frantic nature of the red carpet fashion and characters that populate it are ripe with romance, drama and comedy. I’m delighted to be involved and I can’t wait to see the finished result.”
Hollywood celebrity stylists will also consult on the project, which is being produced by Francesca Dutton, Founder of the recently launched entertainment finance, development and production company, Luna Features. The film deal itself was brokered by Emily Hayward-Whitlock of The Artists’ Partnership on behalf of Jenny Savill at Andrew Nurnberg Associates.