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Heder will write and direct the project, with Picture Perfect Federation producing alongside Black Label Media and Marsh Entertainment. CODA premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was acquired by Apple in a record-breaking $25 million sale.
Impossible tells the story of Nick and Bee, two people who are meant to be together, and yet can never meet. They develop an instant connection over a misdirected email, yet when they come to meet in person under the clock at Euston station, fate has other ideas.
The movie adaptation will be produced by Wachsberger, Ashley Stern, Molly Smith, Trent Luckinbill, Thad Luckinbill and Sherry Marsh. “I am pleased to once again work with the incredibly talented Sian Heder, one of the world’s most promising writer/directors,” said Wachsberger in a statement.
Heder also directed Netflix’s Tallulah, starring Elliot Page and Allison Janney, and served as showrunner on Apple’s Little America.
The novel Impossible by Lotz will be published in 2022 by Penguin Group’s Berkley Books in North America, HarperCollins in the U.K. and Rowholt in Germany.
Heder is repped by ICM Partners. Lotz is repped by APA and Blake Friedmann Literary Agency / A.M. Heath Literary Agency.
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