Friday, August 23, 2013
Producer hopes to bring the Black Gay novel, 'Invisible Life' to the screen
After some lawsuits and some setbacks, we may see the work of acclaimed writer, E. Lynn Harris on the big screen. Producer Proteus Spann has been working hard to get the 1994 novel Invisible Life on stage and screen, but with a number of setbacks it didn't seem likely.
Now according to THR, the project seems to ready to move forward. Proteus is excited and ready to go. The film is set to be produced by his company, Spann’s E2 Productions and with Tracey Edmonds’ company Edmonds Entertainment. It's been a long time coming with this project. I hope they update the story a bit to fit the current times, but I'm sure it will be okay.
And I'm happy to hear about Proteus' drive and determination to make this happen. I hope he continues to get Invisible Life on the screen... Oh, and I hope Tyler Perry has NO part in the film what-so-ever.
Anywho, good luck, Proteus. I've got your back.