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Paramount has picked up the rights to “Supermodel Snowpocalypse,” an Elle magazine article written by Mickey Rapkin with “Ghostbusters” director Paul Feig attached to produce.

Feig will produce the adaptation with his Feigco banner partner Jessie Hendeson. Sources add Feig will not direct the pic.

The Elle article followed two sisters, the older’s photographer boyfriend, advertising executives and a group of models (including Jerry Hall and Maria Hanson) who traveled to Chile for a lavish fur-themed photoshoot.

A snow storm hit soon after the group arrived at a mountain ski resort but even though it was massive, the men and women put on a brave face, turning the place into their own Studio 54 with the other Brazilian and Argentinian patrons.

After being stranded for a week with no working phones (and the only way to exit the hotel was through second floor windows), the American crew hatched a plan to escape back to civilization.

Dan Magnante of Feigco will oversee the film for the company while Paramount’s Alana Mayo will shepherd for the studio.

In addition to directing smash hit comedies like “The Heat” and “Bridesmaids,” Feig has been spending a lot of time developing projects as a producer. He most recently help develop “The Peanuts Movie” for Fox.

Rapkin, who is repped by UTA, Management 360 and attorney Sean Marks, penned the book “Pitch Perfect” which the smash hit franchise is based off of.

He is repped by CAA and DAA Management.