Deadline exclusively reported Alloy Entertainment and Warner Bros Pictures are gearing up to develop a film adaptation of Kate Brian’s YA series, Private.
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Alloy Entertainment and corporate sibling Warner Bros Pictures are teaming to develop Private, a feature film adaptation based on the Kate Brian’s bestselling YA book series. That series has spanned 14 books, two prequels and six books from Brian’s spinoff series Privilege via Simon & Schuster. Stacy Rukeyser, a writer/executive producer on the Lifetime series UnReal, has been set to adapt it.
Alloy first developed Private as a web series in 2009. The books revolve around 17-year-old Reed Brennan, who transfers to Easton Academy with dreams of a golden future. She soon learns there are dark secrets hidden behind the ivy-covered brick walls.
Les Morgenstein and Elysa Dutton of Alloy Entertainment Features will produce, and Julia Spiro will oversee for Warner Bros.
Alloy has several YA book-to-film projects in the works including bestsellers Blackbird from Anna Carey at Lionsgate and 13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson with another corporate sibling New Line.