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Warner Bros. has acquired the screen rights to Invisibility, a supernatural romance YA novel from David Levithan and Andrea Cremer.
Levithan is the author of Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist while Cremer is the writer behind Nightshade, the popular YA witchcraft book series.
With Invisibility, the two team up to tell the tale of a 16-year-old boy who is literally invisible. He then meets and falls for his new neighbor, the one person who can actually see him. The two the set out to discover the truth behind his affliction, uncovering curses and spells along the way.
The book was published in May 2013 by Philomel.
There is no writer or producer attached.
Levithan is a big deal in the YA sphere and is known for his provocative, high-concept ideas. Nick and Norah’s was adapted into the 2008 movie that starred Michael Cera and Kat Dennings.
Niija Kuykendall and Cate Adams will oversee the project for the studio.
Levithan was repped by WME in the deal. Cremer is repped by Resolution and Inkwell Management.
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