John Green’s novel-to-film war machine will continue to roll into theaters through 2016, thanks to a new release date set by the studio. Universal Pictures has now set “Let it Snow,” one of the latest confirmed Green film-adaptations, to hit theaters on December 9, 2016.
The film is based on the short story collection by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle. Kay Cannon, who wrote the screenplay to the colossal hit “Pitch Perfect,” will be adapting “Let It Snow” for theaters.
Green has been on top of the world for the past few years as his best-sellers light-up the book-charts and his adaptations take over the box-office. Green is the author of the YA hits “The Fault in Our Stars,” “Paper Towns” and “Looking for Alaska.” Fans just can’t seem to get enough of the author’s small-town romances and heart-wrenching love-stories.
The story of “Let it Snow” tells of three romantic entanglements that all take place over one particular Christmas Eve. The holiday film will hit theaters thanks to Bluegrass Films’ Scott Stuber and Dylan Clark, the duo are attached as producers on the project.
As of right now, no other major film has set December 9, 2016 as a fixed release date. The film will basically get one-week to dominate theaters, that’s becauses the following week in December 16 will be the release of Disney and Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars” spinoff “Rogue One.”