Julia Roberts will serve as one of the producers for a film adaptation of Lolly Winston's novel "Happiness Sold Separately."
Julia Roberts has one more big screen project to produce. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Oscar-winning actress has given a positive sign to produce a romantic drama feature entitled "Happiness Sold Separately" via her Red Om Films with a possibility to also star in.
Adapted from Lolly Winston's novel of the same name, the flick's story takes focus on a woman who withdraws from her husband and plunges into a world of heartbreak and despair upon learning that she cannot have children. Being shut out, the husband soon meets and falls for the wrong woman at the wrong time, causing a greater crack in their marriage.
While production schedule has not yet been set, it is confirmed that "Ellie Parker" helmer Scott Coffey is on board to pen the screenplay as well as takes the director's seat. Accompanied Roberts to produce are Suzanne and Jennifer Todd also Joe Roth and Valeska Ramet, who brought the book to Coffey.