According to Variety, Palm-Star Entertainment has optioned Bret Easton Ellis' latest novel, Lunar Park.

Included in the New York Times' 100 Most Notable Books of the Year, Lunar Park is Ellis' most autobiographical work, in which the author-narrator is a narcissistic, self-pitying drug fiend who gets a shot at redemption when movie star Jayne Dennis, an old flame, offers to marry him. The deal is that he must now connect with Robby, the son he has shunned for 11 years.

Lunar Park will be the fifth of Ellis' novels to be adapted to the bigscreen. "Less Than Zero," American Psycho and The Rules Of Attraction have all been released, and "Glamorama" is in development.

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