Constantin Film Acquires Rights to 'Where Rainbows End' Novel

No writer is currently on board to adapt the Cecelia Ahern novel.

Constantin Film, best known for the uber-successful Resident Evil franchise, is going the romantic drama route, optioning the film rights to Where Rainbows End, a novel by P.S. I Love You author Cecelia Ahern.

Simon Brooks (White Noise) brought the project to Constantin Film and will produce Rainbows via his Canyon Creek Films banner along with Constantin’s Robert Kulzer. Constantin’s Martin Moszkowicz is executive producing.

No writer is currently on board to adapt.

Rainbows centers on two childhood best friends, Rosie and Alex, who grow up together watching each other muddle through tempestuous relationships, sticking by each other through thick and thin. When Alex is forced to move to America, their friendship takes on new tests and eventually evolved into love. The book was an international best-seller and the 2005 recipient of the CORINE International Book Award.

Irish author Ahern, repped by the Marianne Gunn O’Connor Creative Agency, saw her debut novel P.S. I Love You adapted by Alcon Entertainment into a weepie starring Gerard Butler and Hilary Swank.  

Constantin is in production on a 3D version of The Three Musketeers.