Adaptation is based on Capote’s novel by the same name, which follows a 17-year-old Debutant who decides to pursue romance with a Jewish valet parking attendant instead of traveling through Paris during a 1945 summer heat wave in New York.
Capote never published “Summer Crossing.” In fact, he trashed the manuscript altogether, and it was only salvaged after a janitor in his building fished discovered it. The pages resurfaced in a 2004 auction and was later published.
“Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For 3D” producer Oleg Boyko will finance along with Aldamisa. Boyko will produce, along with Aldamisa co-chairman Sergei Bespalov and Barry Spikings.
Peter D. Graves will exec produce, with production set to start in the first half of next year.