“Spider-Man” series star Tobey Maguire is teaming up with Wendy Finerman to produce at Columbia Pictures a big-screen adaptation of the novel “Everything Changes” by Jonathan Tropper, to be published by Bantam’s Delacorte Press.


The Hollywood Reporter says the novel revolves around the twentysomething Zach, who is on the verge of marrying the perfect girl when he undergoes a life crisis as he faces feelings for his recently deceased best friend’s wife and also deals with the sudden arrival of his flamboyant, womanizing, estranged father.

Another of Tropper’s books, “The Book of Joe,” hit stores earlier this year and was optioned by Warner Bros. Pictures for Plan B to produce. Miguel Arteta has signed on to direct and executive produce, with Doug Wright penning the script.

Maguire previously produced Seabiscuit and 25th Hour. Finerman is best known for producing Forrest Gump.

Source: comingsoon.net