The shooting of the Hollywood film, which is dedicated to the scandal with the famous American producer Harvey Weinstein, accused of harassing and raping dozens of women, will begin this summer, according to Deadline.
The film She said will be produced by Universal Pictures based on the 2019 book of the same name, which is a compilation of The New York Times investigation into Weinstein’s harassment and violence against actresses and other women.
It is assumed that the roles of two journalists Megan Toohey and Jodie Cantor — the authors of the investigation and the book — will be played by actresses Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan. At this stage, the final stage of negotiations takes place.
The film will be directed by the German actress and director Maria Schrider, and the screenwriter-the winner of the “Oscar” award Rebecca Lenkievich from the UK. There is no information about the release date yet.
Earlier, Harvey Weinstein appealed the decision of the court, which sentenced him to 23 years in prison.