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Rachel McAdams, Abby Ryder Fortson to Star in ‘Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret’ Adaptation

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Kelly Framing will direct for Craig Lionsgate, while James L. Brooks will produce the studio’s big-screen treatment for Judy Bloom’s novel. Lionsgate has roped in Ant-Man star Abby Ryder Fortson and Rachel McAdams to star in Star to You God. This is an adaptation of my, Margaret, Judy Blue’s classic novel of the same name. Ryder Fortson will play the role of Margaret Simon, and McAdams will play Margate’s mother, Barbara, in the screen-to-screen adaptation of the studio.

The film, which starts production in April, will be directed and directed by Kelly Framan Craig, producer James L. Brooks and his Gracie Films retain the banner. He collaborated on the film The Age of Seventeen.

“Abby is the kind of exceptionally rare talent that once came with a generation. The minute he walked in the room, he knocked us off his feet with his humor, vitality, and instantly endearing presence. We knew we Did not know Margaret.

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Combined with Rachel McAdams’ indelible talent to create indelible characters that make you laugh out loud, get your eyes out, or both – no better combination to bring Judy Bloom’s much-loved characters to life on screen Could, ”Framed Craig said in a statement.

Blume’s novel, first published in 1970, tells a coming-of-age story about Margaret Simon, a sixth-grader who is asking everything about adolescence and puberty and discovering the universe. Whatever answer can be found. At a time with her mother and grandmother trying to guide her when everything is changing, they also find that you never stop questioning your path and stop defining it Let’s do what’s meaningful in your life.

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Blume declined an adaptation of It’s Me, Margaret, but met Brooks and Framan Craig after traveling to Key West, Florida to see him. For his part, Lionsgate transformed a conference room into an 11-year-old girl’s bedroom with a meeting with Phermon Craig and Brooks, and also included photographs of officers as 11-year-olds.

The studio eventually won a heated bid war for the property for the rights to the film. Blue’s other beloved YA books, Summer Sisters, have already been taken over by Disney-owned Hulu after another bidding war. It will be adapted into a limited series with Little Fire Everywhere boss Liz Tiggeler writing the script.

Julie Ansell will join Richard Sakai, Amy Brooks, Framan Craig, and Bloom Brooks as producers. Meredith Vieck and Chelsea Kuzawa are overseeing Lionsgate’s project.

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