Movie Adaptation of Grady Hendrix’s My Best Friend’S Exorcism in the Works, Christopher Landon on Board as Producer

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Author of Paperbacks from Hell, Horrorstör, and We Sold Our Souls, Grady Hendrix has become one of the must-read storytellers of modern horror over the past several years, and a feature film adaptation of his 2016 novel, My Best Friend's Exorcism, is now in the works with Happy Death Day director Christopher Landon on board to produce and potentially direct.

The Hollywood Reporter broke the exciting news about the in-the-works "feature adaptation" of My Best Friend's Exorcism following Endeavor Content's acquirement of the rights to adapt the book.

THR reveals that Landon is "developing the feature adaptation as a potential directing vehicle," but it's not yet confirmed if he will direct or only produce the adaptation of the Quirk Books publication. Joining Landon as producers on the film are Quirk Books and Gotham Group’s Ellen Goldsmith-Vein. Landon is currently directing Happy Death Day 2U for Blumhouse Productions and Universal Pictures.
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