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Megan Ellison and Nina Jacobson have teamed to produce an adaptation of "Where'd You Go Bernadette," Maria Semple's best selling novel about the disappearance of a reclusive Los Angeles architect. Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, who wrote "(500) Days of Summer," will adapt it for the screen. The novel uses letters, emails, texts and other written documents to chronicle how the lost architect's husband and daughter search for her. "It is so rare to find a book that is as original as it is moving and whose storytelling is as innovative »


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