Producer of To All The Boys I've Loved Before Set to Work on an Upcoming Young-Adult Novel Adaptation
Get ready for even more feels.
(SPOT.ph) The sequel for To All the Boys I've Loved Before might be coming soon—it's set for release in 2020—but that doesn't mean we can't be excited about another rom-com heading our way. Producer Matt Kaplan of Ace Entertainment, who worked on both the original and sequel of To All the Boys I've Loved Before, has snagged the film rights to 10 Blind Dates, an upcoming young adult novel by Ashley Elston.
The author tweeted a Deadline report announcing the adaptation on May 24. Her novel, which is set to be published by Disney-Hiperion in October 2019, follows the story of Sophie as she comes home for Christmas break—right after her long-term boyfriend Griffin breaks up with her. Her super nosy family then devises a plan to set her up on 10 blind dates with anyone of their own choosing—a plan which results in some very interesting choices. But right as she begins to develop feelings for someone—who isn't even available!—Griffin does as exes do and comes crashing back into her life.
J. Mills Goodloe, who wrote for The Age of Adaline, is set to write the adaptation. Here's hoping Kaplan also brings back resident cutie Noah Centineo for the film!