Rudin has a Seven Figure ‘Indecision’


Scott Rudin, producer extraordinaire, must be a bit bored or he really likes Benjamin Kunkel’s latest novel because he just coughed up seven figures to purchase Indecision.

Random House’s leading fall fiction tells the story of a chronically indecisive and underachieving 28-year-old who, after ingesting an experimental drug, heads off to Ecuador to track down a high school flame.

According to Variety, Rudin has a habit of jumping on books before numerous amounts of praise roll in and they also go one to say that his pictures tend to draw in top talent. Check out the list of movies Variety lists at work for Rudin Co.

  • No Country for Old Men – The Cormac McCarthy novel to be directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.
  • The Corrections – Jonathan Franzen novel to be directed by Robert Zemeckis
  • The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay – The Michael Chabon novel that was adapted by Chabon and will be directed by Stephen Daldry.
  • Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close – Eric Roth is adapting this Safran Foer novel for WB and Paramount.
  • Aloft – Steve Conrad is adapting this Chang-Rae Lee novel for Warner Bros.
  • What Was She Thinking?: Notes on a Scandal – This Zoe Heller novel just began shooting at Fox Searchlight with Richard Eyre directing and Cate Blanchett and Judi Dench starring.

Not a bad line-up eh?

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