Blake Lively to star in and produce Netflix's adaption of Marcus Kliewer's We Used To Live Here
The book rights for Kliewer’s We Used To Live Here are set to be auctioned off shortly
Blake Lively is all set to headline Netflix's adaption of Marcus Kliewer's psychological thriller novella We Used To Live Here.
Published under Reddit's No Sleep feature, Kliewer's novella follows a homeowner who is visited by a family - a man, his wife and kids. The man says that he once lived in the house and wants to take a look around. Things get weirder when a snowstorm strands the visitors, who don't seem to leave. AS events progress, things become even weirder for the homeowner.
Lively will also produce the film with Kate Vorhoff through Lively’s B for Effort banner, along with Ground Control Entertainment’s Scott Glassgold, and 6th & Idaho’s Matt Reeves and Adam Kassan. Dan Kagan is also producing.
The book rights for Kliewer’s We Used To Live Here are set to be auctioned off shortly.
We Used To Live Here marks the second sale of a No Sleep story in the past year by Glassgold’s Ground Control. Previously, Netflix bought Matt Query’s My Wife & I Bought a Ranch.
Meanwhile, Lively recently signed on to star in and produce Netflix’s adaptation of Lady Killer, which is based on the Dark Horse Comics series.