Does the word make sense “Fictitious Autobiography”?It may not be a lot, because the meanings are contradictory, but this is exactly what the famous TV presenter wrote Chuck Barris In his life.After some mythological shows were shown on American TV in the 1980s (e.g. Dating games Ø Gong show), Barris published what he called his autobiography and was surprised by locals and strangers because he discovered that during that ten years, he took turns serving as a television station as an assassin for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Conceited confession That was his title, and the agency didn’t spend much time making sure it was blatant.
Many years later, the Barcelona people also admitted that they had done everything, but this did not detract from the literary value of their work (instead it increased its literary value), and eventually led to Hollywood’s interest in possible adaptations.So it was born Conceited confession In 2002, by George Clooney And by Charlie Kaufman Play the protagonist Sam Rockwell. It was not a big success at the time (in fact, Kaufman denied everything Clooney did with his script), but it was not an obstacle, so audiovisuals became interested in it again, and Apple TV+ is preparing for a New solution. A version of Barris’s bizarre autobiography.
According to media such as Collider, The person in charge of translating Barris is nothing more than Justin Timberlake, This is his second collaboration with Apple after the movie Palmer (We haven’t heard of it in our country). Miramax and Paramount Television Studios are the producers behind the production, aiming to re-adapt Barris’s memoirs through a miniseries. David Holland (Ray Donovan) Y Jon Wally (reasonable) Acting as a screenwriter.The novel doesn’t have a title yet, but it probably respects the original and is also baptized as A dangerous mentality of confession. No shooting or establishment date has been tested in the platform’s catalog.