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Kristin Halbrook’s ‘Nobody But Us’ In Development As Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

Project to be titled 'Will and Zoe'

Haven Entertainment has launched development of a film adaptation of Kristin Halbrook’s novel “Nobody But Us,” described as a modernized update on 1967’s iconic “Bonnie and Clyde.”

“Nobody But Us” will be renamed “Will and Zoe” for the film, with short film director Leanne Welham to adapt the novel and direct. Haven Entertainment partners Rachel Miller and Matt Perniciaro will be producing;  Haven’s Jesse Hara and Kevin Mann will exec produce with Pouya Shahbazian of New Leaf Literary.

The novel follows two desperately in love teenagers on the run who make all the wrong choices in order to escape their circumstances.

Bonnie and Clyde” received 10 Oscar nominations and won awards for Estelle Parsons for supporting actress and Burnett Guffey for cinematography.

Haven recently wrapped the documentary “EDC The Movie: You Are The Headliner” and “Life Partners,” starring Gillian Jacobs and Leighton Meester for Red Crowne Productions . They are in production on the indie feature “Grass Stains,” starring Tye Sheridan and Kaitlyn Dever.

Welham is represented by the Dench Arnold agency in London and is managed by Benjamin Rowe of Oasis Media Group in Los Angeles. Suzie Townsend of New Leaf Literary & Media represented the book rights.

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