Rachel Brosnahan Joins Producer of Miranda Obsession Original Listenable – The Hollywood Reporter
In December 1999, Vanity Fair published “The Miranda Obsession,” an investigation from writer Bryan Burrough, who is quite interesting.
It details how a mysterious woman, calling herself Miranda Grosvenor, brought famous and powerful men from Hollywood to New York beginning in the early 1980s. She not only managed to keep them. online – based on what men say is sexy, a gift for lovers and a seemingly endless source of inside information on places, projects and celebrities other – she has developed lasting flirtatious friendships and relationships, some of which last for years. Some men admit to having fallen in love.
The list of friends over the phone is long and is said to include Robert De Niro, Billy Joel, Warren Beatty, Quincy Jones, Richard Gere, Sting, Bob Dylan, Ted Kennedy, Buck Henry, Art Garfunkel, Paul Schrader, Eric Clapton and many others. The article delves deeper into Grosvenor’s story, her methods, her mystery, and ultimately her identity.
Now, the story is about to take on a new life with support from Audible, Rachel Brosnahan, Vice Studios and Wingate Media.
The original can be heard under the new script, Miranda’s obsession, will tell a true story adapted from writer Jen Silverman’s Burrough (Stories about the city). It will be made and executive produced by Emmy Award-winning Brosnahan and her production company, Scrap Paper Pictures, with executive producer credits going to Shannon Gibson, Samantha Schlaifer and Olivia Wingate. The project marks the first for Audible under its partnership with Vice Studios and Wingate Media. It is currently in production and is scheduled to launch on the platform on April 28, 2022.
Brosnahan’s Miranda will feature a cast of male leads, who will voice some of the bold-faced names caught under her spell, including Josh Groban, John Benjamin Hickey, Harry Lloyd , Morgan Spector and Milo Ventimiglia. Here’s who they play: Buck Henry (Hickey), Billy Joel (Groban), Brian McNally (Llyod), Richard Perry (Ventimiglia), and Paul Schrader (Spector).
Brosnahan said she was “absolutely captivated” by the story and how Grosvenor cultivated these intimate relationships with some of Hollywood’s most powerful men. “She not only kept it to herself, but also lined up a fantasy on the other end of the phone and drew men into her design with just words,” Brosnahan continued. “I am grateful for the opportunity to work with Audible, Vice Studios and Wingate Media to bring Miranda’s compelling story to audiences around the world.”
Kate Navin, Audible’s head of scripted content, hailed Brosnahan as “outstanding talent,” adding that they were honored that she brought her talent to the company as she brought a touch of character. unique to the character Grosvenor. “It’s not every day that you come across a project like Miranda’s obsession, a story that is naturally engaging and perfectly matched to the sound. ”
Brosnahan Wins Emmy Award Miraculous Mrs. Maisel from Amazon Studios, where she holds the contract to produce the first look. Audible is an Amazon company. Miranda’s obsession join the group of Audible Original projects including The coldest case by James Patterson, performed by Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter and Nathalie Emmanuel; Sand sellers from Neil Gaiman, performed by James McAvoy, Kat Dennings and Michael Sheen; Keegan-Michael Key’s History of Sketch Comedy; Letter from Camp, produced and performed by Jamie Lee Curtis; Kevin Hart’s Best Selling Audible Original, Decision: Pass BS today to succeed tomorrow; Pursuing wellness with Blake Griffin, and more.