‘The Love Hypothesis’ Is Being Adapted For The Big Screen

For fans of Ali Hazelwood’s ‘The Love Hypothesis,’ we have some super exciting news for you! Adaptation news for the famous romance book was just announced.

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The best-selling novel, The Love Hypothesis, by Ali Hazelwood, is getting a movie! She is partnering with the romance label, Bisous Pictures, for the adaptation of the beloved BookTok sensation.

Hazelwood could not contain her excitement as she shares the news all over her social media pages.


The Movie Deal

The Love Hypothesis centers around Olive Smith, a third-year Ph.D. candidate. Olive is also a nonbeliever in lasting romantic relationships. She is determined to prove to her friend she is dating. But naturally, she panics and kisses the first man she sees. Luckily Adam Carlsen, the attractive professor, and known lab tyrant, agrees to be her fake boyfriend. Soon things get complicated in their fake relationship as feelings between them start changing. 


Bisous Pictures is thrilled to work on the movie and bring Olive and Adam’s relationship to life on the big screen.

According to Deadline, Hazelwood comments:

“It’s a true privilege to have Elizabeth and such a talented and experienced team of people working on adapting The Love Hypothesis, and I’m very excited for this next step in Olive and Adam’s story!”


The Power of Fanfiction


Another author proves the fanfiction to published book to movie pipeline is real. Surprisingly, there have been many well-known series that were originally fanfiction. For instance, 50 Shades of Grey was Twilight fanfiction. After is another, developed from a Harry Styles fanfiction. Therefore, it is no secret that many writers find their success by starting with fanfiction. And Hazelwood is one of them, as The Love Hypothesis was a fic about Reylo, Kylo Ren, and Rey from the Star Wars series. Then, the rest is history. 

Undeniably, The Love Hypothesis has been a huge sensation. It was on the New York Times Best Sellers List for 39 weeks. Hazelwood’s success continues as her recent novel, Love on the Brain, was an instant bestseller and has been on the list for four consecutive weeks. Of course, fans hoped for this book to get an adaptation, and as of this week, it looks like their wishes have come true! 

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