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'''''Glamorama''''' is a cancelled film adaptation of the 1998 Bret Easton Ellis novel of the same name. The novel is a satirical thriller about fame and fashion, set in the 1990's. <ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Glamorama-Vintage-Contemporaries-Easton-Ellis/dp/0375703845 Amazon Page for Glamorama Novel]</ref>
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''Glamorama'' is a cancelled film adaptation of the 1998 Bret Easton Ellis novel of the same name. The novel is a satirical thriller about fame and fashion, set in the 1990s.<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Glamorama-Vintage-Contemporaries-Easton-Ellis/dp/0375703845 Amazon Page for ''Glamorama'' Novel.]</ref>
  
Director Roger Avary, who directed the 2002 film adaptation of another Ellis novel, ''The Rules of Attraction'', had written a screenplay adaptation of ''Glamorama'' with the intention of directing it. Actor Kip Pardue was tentatively attached to play the main character, Victor Ward (a character he played in ''The Rules of Attraction'' and ''Glitterati'').<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0339073 IMDB Page for Glamorama Movie]</ref>
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Director Roger Avary, who directed the 2002 film adaptation of another Ellis novel, ''The Rules of Attraction'', '''had written a screenplay adaptation of ''Glamorama''''' with the intention of directing it. Actor Kip Pardue was tentatively attached to play the main character, Victor Ward (a character he played in ''The Rules of Attraction'' and ''Glitterati'').
  
The movie project never moved beyond the pre-production stage. When asked about the film's status in an interview several years after it had been announced, Ellis said: "I think the days of being able to make that movie are over."<ref>[http://movieline.com/2010/05/19/bret-easton-ellis-on-rules-of-attraction-and-its-sexy-illicit-spinoff-youll-never-see Movieline Interview with Bret Easton Ellis]</ref>
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The movie project never moved beyond the pre-production stage. When asked about the film's status in an interview several years after it had been announced, Ellis said: "I think the days of being able to make that movie are over".<ref>[http://movieline.com/2010/05/19/bret-easton-ellis-on-rules-of-attraction-and-its-sexy-illicit-spinoff-youll-never-see Movieline Interview with Bret Easton Ellis.]</ref>
  
 
The screenplay adaptation that Avary wrote has never been publicly released in any format.
 
The screenplay adaptation that Avary wrote has never been publicly released in any format.
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==See Also==
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*[[Less Than Zero (lost TV pilot based on novel; 2019)]]
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*[[Glitterati (unreleased short film; 2004)]]
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==External Link==
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*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0339073 IMDb page for ''Glamorama''.] Retrieved 15 Mar '19
  
 
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The book that the movie would've been based on.

Status: Lost

Glamorama is a cancelled film adaptation of the 1998 Bret Easton Ellis novel of the same name. The novel is a satirical thriller about fame and fashion, set in the 1990s.[1]

Director Roger Avary, who directed the 2002 film adaptation of another Ellis novel, The Rules of Attraction, had written a screenplay adaptation of Glamorama with the intention of directing it. Actor Kip Pardue was tentatively attached to play the main character, Victor Ward (a character he played in The Rules of Attraction and Glitterati).

The movie project never moved beyond the pre-production stage. When asked about the film's status in an interview several years after it had been announced, Ellis said: "I think the days of being able to make that movie are over".[2]

The screenplay adaptation that Avary wrote has never been publicly released in any format.

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