HBO has started working on a show based on author E Lynn Harris’ critically-acclaimed novel series Invisible Life. The trilogy, which was published in 1990s, centred on a young, gay and Black author who fashioned a deeply moving and compelling coming-of-age story out of the then-highly controversial issues of bisexuality and AIDS. Blake Lively to Star In and Produce Netflix’s ‘Lady Killer’ Comic Book Adaptation.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, playwright Harrison David Rivers is adapting the novels for the small screen. He will executive produce the project alongside Proteus Spann and Tracey Edmonds. The first book in the trilogy, “Invisible Life”, was published in 1991 and is considered one of the classic novels in gay literature. The Wonder: Florence Pugh Is All Set To Star in a New Adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s Novel.
It was followed by sequels — “Just As I Am” (1995) and “And This Too Shall Pass” (1997).
(This is an unedited and auto-generated story from Syndicated News feed, Report Door Staff may not have modified or edited the content body)