The film adaptation of the successful book ‘Red, white and blue blood’ already has a director

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The 2019 bestselling novel written by Casey McQuiston will hit the big screen sometime in 2022.

The adaptations of novels to the cinema or as television series are the order of the day and the last one to join this great list has been 2019’s bestselling bestselling book written by Casey McQuiston As It Is Red, white and blue blood.

As reported Collider, the film will be produced by Amazon Studios and it already has its director: Tony winner Matthew López, this project being his directorial debut. López will also be in charge of writing the script for the film.

The story revolves around Alex Claremont-Diaz, the son of the first female president of the United States, and Prince Henry, the grandson of the Queen of England. Although the two have never gotten along, after an international incident occurred, Alex and Henry must pretend to be friends for publicity reasons.

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As the days go by together, they realize that maybe they also wanted to be more than friends. But getting romantically involved could prove difficult for many reasons, and not just because Alex’s mother is preparing to run again for president for reelection, but because it could put both of them in the spotlight in ways they are not yet ready for. .

López is also writing right now the new version of the Bodyguard starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, but this time it will focus on a promising Latin pop star rather than a celebrity that everyone already knows.

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The cast and release date of the film is not yet known. Red, white and blue blood -produced by Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, but is expected to arrive sometime in 2022. While we wait for more details, remember that it is in theaters Dune, the film also based on the book by Frank Hebert and whose trailer you can see above these lines.