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There was something very meta going on." Zoe Kazan wasn't so interested in the science fiction aspect of how a writer's fantasy character might come to life - she was more intrigued by what would come next.

How would a fictional creation fare in the midst of the messiness of real life, especially when the man writing her isn't sure of exactly what he wants?

, one of the hottest titles to emerge from this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair.

Amy Pascal is attached to produce via Pascal Pictures, the new production banner she formed earlier this year, making the acquisition one of her first projects (and the first outside her first-look deal at Sony).

Her name is Ruby Sparks (Zoe Kazan) and from the minute he imagines her, he feels creatively invigorated to write about her. Is this a joke, a sign of madness, an act of magic? Suddenly, Ruby is sleeping in Calvin's bed, cooking in his kitchen, beguiling him in every way, with one mind-boggling twist: he somehow has the power to change her every time he sits at his typewriter.

.25 million sale for North American rights from Dutton.

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There was something very meta going on." Zoe Kazan wasn't so interested in the science fiction aspect of how a writer's fantasy character might come to life - she was more intrigued by what would come next.

How would a fictional creation fare in the midst of the messiness of real life, especially when the man writing her isn't sure of exactly what he wants?

, one of the hottest titles to emerge from this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair.

Amy Pascal is attached to produce via Pascal Pictures, the new production banner she formed earlier this year, making the acquisition one of her first projects (and the first outside her first-look deal at Sony).

Her name is Ruby Sparks (Zoe Kazan) and from the minute he imagines her, he feels creatively invigorated to write about her. Is this a joke, a sign of madness, an act of magic? Suddenly, Ruby is sleeping in Calvin's bed, cooking in his kitchen, beguiling him in every way, with one mind-boggling twist: he somehow has the power to change her every time he sits at his typewriter.

Then one morning she steps off the page and into his life.

There has been a long literary tradition of riffing on the man-made object made human: Shakespeare with Queen Hermione in "A Winter's Tale," George Bernard Shaw with Eliza Doolittle in "Pygmalion," and Mary Shelley gave it another take with her "Frankenstein" myth. but who makes him so nervous in the flesh, he is tempted to keep changing her.

Zoe Kazan wanted to come at the concept from a literary perspective, exploring a writer who pens the lover he thinks he wants in his heart . She explains: "I was interested in the theme of control in relationships and the way we bring in ideas of who the person we love should be.

That uncanny moment, when the inanimate seemed to come alive, started her thinking about how fantasy, autonomy and identity collide and collude in contemporary relationships.

"I started wondering what might happen if a writer had a character come to life who could give him exactly what he thought he wanted romantically.

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