Breaking up is hard to do.
An in-progress film adaptation of the new horror short story It’s Over has been acquired by Sony Pictures, according to a report on Deadline. Given the early stages of development, no release window has been announced.
The adaptation of the 29-page Jack Follman short story does not yet have a director, but veteran genre screenwriter Akela Cooper (The Nun II, M3GAN, Malignant) is on board to handle the script.
The original short story deals with the “painful breakup of a longtime couple,” and reportedly blends horror, humor and social commentary.
The film will be produced by Roy Lee’s Vertigo Entertainment and Scott Glassgold’s Ground Control.
Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on this screen adaptation of It’s Over.