The Hollywood Reporter reveals that GreeneStreet Films, the production company behind “A Prairie Home Companion” is bringing Cosmopolitan magazine deputy editor John Searles‘ offbeat mystery novel STRANGE BUT TRUE to the big screen. The production company bought Searles’ screenplay and film rights to the book, published in 2004, partnering on the project with producer Ross Katz – repeating a collaboration first struck for the 2001 movie “In the Bedroom” by Todd Field.
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