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Tom Hulce interested in Normal Heart film adaptation

Tom Hulce interested in Normal Heart film adaptation

Tom Hulce, producer of the Warner Independent Pictures film A Home at the End of the World, has expressed interest in producing a film adaptation of Larry Kramer's controversial play about the early days of the AIDS epidemic, The Normal Heart. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Hulce said he would immediately go to Kramer to produce the film adaptation of his play if someone gave him $15 million to make it. Hulce, who delivered memorable acting performances in films like Amadeus and Animal House, recently turned to producing with the film adaptation of the Michael Cunningham book. In an interview with the Reporter, Hulce called Kramer's play "his dream project" and said he is partnering with Plymouth Projects partner Julia Rask to develop new film and stage work. Hulce told the paper that the play is even stronger now than when it debuted in 1985.

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