Before the book has even hit shelves, Netflix has acquired the film rights to Cambria Brockman’s forthcoming debut thriller Tell Me Everything, as reported by Deadline.
With the set date of June 2019, Brockman’s novel from Ballantine Bantam Dell is said to be “set at an elite college in small-town New England and follows the shifting alliances and romantic entanglements of six tight-knit students—until one of them is murdered.”
The film adaptation will be produced by Lori Galvin and Lane Zachary of Aevitas Creative Management (who own the book rights) alongside Michael Sugar and Ashley Zalta of Sugar23. Galvin and Anonymous Content’s Nicole Clemens will serve as executive producers on the project.
Sugar, who works with Sugar23 and Anonymous Content, served as a producer on Oscar Best Picture winner Spotlight.