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Dolly Parton Will Produce And Star In ‘Run, Rose, Run’ Film Adaptation

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A film adaptation of the best-selling book from author James Patterson and music icon Dolly Parton is in the works. Dolly Parton is set to both produce and star in the film ‘Run, Rose, Run.’

Deadline provides the following details about the upcoming film:

Set in Nashville, Run, Rose, Run is about a young woman who comes to country music’s capital city to pursue her music-making dreams. The source of her heart-wrenching songs is a brutal secret she has tried desperately to hide, but the past she has fled is reaching out to control her future—and it may destroy everything she has worked for.

James Patterson and Reese Witherspoon will also serve as producers for the film. Witherspoon said the following in a statement.

“Growing up in Nashville, I’ve loved Dolly since the moment I heard her magical voice and saw her luminous personality shine onstage. Beyond her magnetic presence as an artist and performer, she is one of the greatest songwriters and storytellers of our time. Her impact knows no bounds – as a musician, actor, writer, businesswoman, activist and all around incredible human being – Dolly Parton is not only an icon to me, but a true inspiration to women and girls everywhere. My admiration for her grew to even greater heights when reading Run, Rose, Run, a gripping and heartbreaking book I couldn’t put down. I couldn’t feel more honored to be working alongside her and James to bring this remarkable story to the screen,” said Oscar winner Witherspoon.

The book ‘Run, Rose, Run’ Was published on March 7 and debuted to the No. 1 spot on the New York Times bestseller list.

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