When a film adaptation of the memoir 'Your Voice In My Head' was first announced, it was actually met with enthusiastic response due to the immense popularity of the book.
David Yates was initially attached to direct the film, with Emma Watson rumored for the lead role. However, when Yates departed the project, Emma also left. The film then reportedly shifted to starring Emily Blunt, with Stanley Tucci in the supporting role.
However, the film has once again dealt with a major shift and the project has left Warner Brothers and gone into the independent track. However, Watson has returned to the production, and is supposedly rumored as teaming up with director Francesca Gregorini, who most recently wrote and directed 'The Truth About Emanuel'. If this film works out, it will be a major test of Watson's acting skills, which were on full display in Perks of Being A Wallflower. It's admirable that she has taken risks in her career, especially after the potential stability that Harry Potter offered her.
There is no release date set in stone for the film, and it will reportedly be produced by Alison Owen and Michael Benaroya from Benaroya Pictures.