Amanda Kloots’ life story is coming to the large display screen. She’s teaming up with Di Novi Footage producers Denise Di Novi and Margaret French Isaac on a movie adaptation of her memoir, “Stay Your Life.” Kloots is penning the screenplay along with her sister, Anna Kloots, who additionally co-authored the e-book. Deadline broke the information.
Kloots, who’s presently a co-host on “The Speak,” rose to fame when her husband, Tony-nominated Broadway star Nick Cordero, was battling COVID-19 within the hospital. She shared her experiences on social media, attracting a significant following for her optimistic perspective, prayers, and each day dance to her husband’s track “Stay Your Life.” He died after 94 days within the ICU.
The e-book sees Kloots reflecting on “love, loss, and life” with Cordero. Di Novi and French Isaac described it as a “highly effective love story set towards a devastating interval in our lives. It’s about love, religion, neighborhood, and resiliency, and we really feel honored that Amanda and Anna wished to collaborate with us to inform Amanda’s deeply private story,” they emphasised.
Kloots added, “Anna and I are very grateful to Denise and Margaret for giving us this chance to share this story in a brand new manner. With their steering we’re having fun with the method of working collectively once more to form my memoir into a movie.”
A former Rockette and Broadway performer, Kloots’ credit embrace “Bullets Over Broadway.”