After signing a contract with Netflix in January 2021, Noah Baumbach is currently collaborating with the streaming service on a number of film projects. 

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His first new endeavour is a movie based on the Don Delillo book White Noise. Here is everything we currently know about the upcoming film. 

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Finally, it was announced that the film would begin production at Netflix in January 2021. Don DeLillo’s 1985 book White Noise, which is a part of Penguin’s Orange Collection, will be adapted for the screen.  

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Baumbach’s first attempt at adapting and directing a screenplay may be seen in this effort. His previous films that he directed were all unique works.

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Noah Baumbach, who is both directing and adapting the screenplay, is prominently featured in the movie.  

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Barry Sonnenfeld and Michael Almereyda were said to be affiliated to the idea before Baumbach (it has been optioned since October 2016).  

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In addition to Mayra Auad, David Heyman, and Uri Singer serving as executive producers and producers, the film’s casting director is Douglas Aibel.  

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According to most sources, the film will be a faithful adaptation of the book. It has been described as a family drama and a comedy. 

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“Don DeLillo’s White Noise dramatises a contemporary American family’s attempt to deal with the ordinary problems of day-to-day existence while wrestling with the greater philosophical issues of love, mortality, and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain world.”  

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White Noise’s cast is impressive and continues to grow. We initially revealed in December 2020 that Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig were on board to star. 

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