Reese Witherspoon's production firm is going to adapt Dolly Parton's novel Run, Rose, Run into a film.
Run, Rose, Run was co-written by singer-songwriter Dolly Parton, 76, and author James
Patterson, 75, and released in March of this year. Parton said the book, book, which has the same title as her
most recent studio album, will be converted into a picture by Witherspoon's production firm Hello
Sunshine and Sony Pictures in an Instagram post. "Run, Rose, Run is heading to the big screen!" she posted
beside a photo of herself and Patterson. The story follows a teenage singer as she rises to stardom
while simultaneously being on the run and fighting for survival. According to a post on the Hello Sunshine
Instagram account, Parton is set to feature in the film adaptation. Patterson has published almost 200
novels, including the acclaimed criminal thriller Alex Cross series, in addition to Run, Rose, Run.