Scarlett Johansson is getting behind the camera!
The actress has signed on to direct her first film, which will be an adaptation of the lost Truman Capote novella, Summer Crossing!
The flick, which is being produced by Barry Spikings, executive produced by Peter D. Graves in conjunction with the Truman Capote Literary Trust and its trustee Alan Schwartz, and adapted by playwright Tristine Skyler, will tell the story of an 18-year-old girl who breaks free from her wealthy family in a post-World War II New York City!
Inneresting! Sounds like it has a lot of potential!
We just hope her directing debut goes a little more smoothly than her music!
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