Nicole Kidman’s Latest Adaptation Is About a Scammer and an Influencer

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And those wondering whether or not she’ll pivot back to the big screen anytime soon may find some solace in this: before Pretty Things, the most recent catch for Blossom Films and Amazon was the film rights to Samantha Downing’s suspenseful novel My Lovely Wife.

And ever since Reese Witherspoon turned her Hello Sunshine book club into more than just a book club and started nabbing all the books-turned-into-television rights she could find, others in her orbit have followed suit, Kidman included.

In 2018, Amazon and Kidman signed a first-look deal with Blossom Films, which includes film, television, and general digital content.

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At this point, it is par for the course for streaming platforms like Hulu or Amazon to adapt trendy lit into series for their networks (just see Normal People or Little Fires Everywhere as the latest examples of a streaming giant participating in such a trend).

Per an announcement from Deadline, the gist of the series is as follows: "When a reluctant grifter befriends a wealthy ‘influencer’ on the shores of Lake Tahoe, her ultimate con devolves into a raw, treacherous game of long-awaited payback".

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