Brad Pitt is set to create a film in view of the New York Times’ scope of Harvey Weinstein, E! News affirms.
The on-screen character’s generation organization, Plan B, as of late collaborated with Annapurna Pictures to buy the rights to the task.
The film will be founded on writers Jodi Kantor and Mean Twohey’s 10-month examination concerning the disfavored film maker’s string of sexual offense claims.
The ladies distributed their discoveries in the New York Times in October 2017 and days after the fact, Hollywood’s greatest names – including any semblance of Rose McGowan and Uma Thurman – stood in opposition to the 66-year-old.
In the wake of starting the #MeToo and Time’s Up developments over the globe, the ladies – alongside kindred columnist Ronan Farrow – were granted a Pulitzer Prize for their history-production scope.