by Scoop Media
Sydney-based New Zealand actor-director James Morcan announced today his next feature film project will be a movie adaptation of ‘The Me Too Girl’, a crime thriller novel he co-authored with his father.
Morcan, who is currently directing and starring in a feature film adaptation of another novel he wrote, says ‘The Me Too Girl’ will be shot on location in Los Angeles and will feature an international cast.
“It is a timely story about a young female executive who fights back against sexual abuse and who unwittingly becomes a beacon for the Me Too Movement and for abused women everywhere. To quote Amazon Hall of Fame Top 100 book reviewer, ‘It is an immensely impressive novel as well as a wake-up call for increased attention to the crime of sexual abuse’.”
Casting for ‘The Me Too Girl’ will begin immediately and it is envisaged the film will enter pre-production later this year.
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