3:26 pm EDT, June 18, 2015

‘Let It Snow’ book to film adaptation hitting theaters December 2016

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The YA book Let It Snow co-written by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle will be turned into a film by Universal.

The studio announced Thursday that the movie will appropriately open in theaters on December 9, 2016 with a script by Kay Cannon (who wrote the first two Pitch Perfect films).

Let It Snow follows “three unexpected romances that take place over the course of one Christmas Eve,” according to Universal. The book, available for purchase here, is compromised of three novellas.

The book’s film rights were optioned by Universal last September following the huge success of Green’s first book to film adaptation The Fault in Our Stars.

Meanwhile, the adaptation of Green’s Paper Towns will be hitting theaters next month thanks to 20th Century Fox (We visited the set – check out our report!). And Wyck Godfrey, the producer of Fault and Towns, recently tweeted something that suggested Universal’s adaptation of Looking For Alaska will be seeing a release next year as well:

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