Winkler & Rubin Want to Deliver "A Perfect Divorce"

by | June 2, 2005 | Comments

Avery Corman’s novel "A Perfect Divorce" is set to hit the big screen, says Variety. The story "chronicles the aftermath of a Manhattan couple’s divorce and how, despite their best efforts, their teenage son gets hit with the emotional shrapnel." Screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin ("Jacob’s Ladder," "Ghost") is on adaptation duty for producer Irwin Winkler ("Life as a House," "The Net"). Mr. Corman also wrote the books "Kramer Vs. Kramer" and "Oh, God!," both of which were adapted into rather successful films.

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