I’ve Got Your Number will be the next book by New York Times best selling author Sophie Kinsella to get the adaptation treatment.
According to Deadline, Amazon Studios and Echo Lake Entertainment are teaming up to turn Shopaholic series author, Sophie Kinsella’s ,I’ve Got Your Number into a movie.
The novel, which was first published in 2012, focuses on Poppy Wyatt— a woman who finds herself in a bit of a pickle when she loses her engagement ring, and also her phone on the day her fiancé’s parents are set to fly in for a visit. The missing engagement ring also just happens to be a family heirloom, which has been in her fiancé’s family for three generations.
Fate intervenes when Poppy’s path crosses with a businessman whose abandoned phone she happens upon and intends to hang on to in an effort to give the hotel where she’s sure she lost the ring a place to call her if they find it.
The adaptation has yet to find itself a director, but the studios have tapped Kristen “Kiwi” Smith and Jessica O’Toole to write the script. Both scriptwriters are no strangers to the rom-com genre, with Smith’s credits including The House Bunny and Legally Blonde. Meanwhile, O’Toole has previously worked on Jane the Virgin, The Carrie Diaries, and the short-lived, Selfie.
Producers involved behind the scenes include Dakota Fanning, Brittany Kahan Ward, and Mary Jane Skalski, all of whom will produce through Echo Lake Entertainment. Meanwhile, Joey Plager, Claire Londy, and Freddie Highmore are set to produce via Alfresco Pictures.
Currently, there’s no word on when we can expect the I’ve Got Your Number adaptation to premiere.