MOVIE NEWS! Here’s the MOVIE TIE-IN COVER for WHICH BRINGS ME TO YOU — starring Lucy Hale & Nat Wolff. Buy it before it streams. (Where to watch details to come!)
Julianna Baggott, with her production company, Mildred’s Moving Picture Show, is being represented by WME. Click here to learn more.
The Hollywood Reporter has announced the film and TV production company we have been building over the last year and a half. Mildred’s Moving Picture Show is named after Julianna’s indomitable and glamorous grandmother. We have over 20 projects in development and a gorgeous slate lined up for this year. Here’s a peek at our story.
I’D REALLY PREFER NOT TO BE HERE WITH YOU & OTHER STORIES coming March 28, 2023!
Julianna’s debut short story collection. I’D REALLY PREFER NOT TO BE HERE WITH YOU, now has a cover! The stories in this collection have sold to Netflix, Paramount, Lionsgate, Amblin, and others. Here is a brilliant blurb from international bestselling novelist, author of THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU and incredible screenwriter Jonathan Tropper, “Casually
Nat Wolff is set to star opposite Lucy Hale in upcoming romantic comedy Which Brings Me to You, co-authored by Julianna Baggott and Steve Almond. Click here to read more. The feature will reunite Hale with filmmaker Peter Hutchings (Then Came You), who directed their recent hit The Hating Game. Production is due to start in New York City and New
Julianna Baggott and Steve Almond’s novel, Which Brings Me To You, is set to be filmed. The romantic comedy will reunite The Hating Game star Lucy Hale with director Peter Hutchings.
Paramount Pictures has purchased the option on Julianna Baggott’s horror story, Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit. Pitched by rising star, Melanie Toast, who is also penning the script and will produce alongside producers James Wan for Atomic Monster and Will Rowbotham and Luke Maxwell for 3Arts.
Jessica Biel and Michelle Purple’s company Iron Ocean with Paramount TV optioned Baggott’s story, “Welcome to Oxhead.” Brendan Deneen and Baggott will be co executive producers. Read more here! https://deadline.com/2022/02/jessica-biel-michelle-purple-iron-ocean-reups-first-look-deal-paramount-television-studios-developing-welcome-to-oxhead-drama-1234933331/amp/
Julianna Baggott and her son Finneas Scott, a Brooklyn-based writer, have sold a story to Netflix with director Shawn Levy attached, in a six-way bidding war. Here’s more about the deal.