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If you ever sat through a high school English class, there’s a 95 percent chance you read J.D. Salinger’s 1951 classic
. But there’s also a high probability you don’t know a good deal about the enigmatic author. The new Salinger biopic
, which just started filming in New York and is produced by Black Label Media, looks to change that.
) as the celebrated writer and featuring a supporting cast that includes Kevin Spacey, Sarah Paulson, and Hope Davis,
picks up with Salinger in his early 20s and on the path to crafting his novel about angst-filled teenager Holden Caulfield.
“He was in many ways like Holden Caulfield,” says writer-director Danny Strong (
). “There’s a rebellious streak and a very interesting, dynamic way of how he looked at the world. He was very driven to be a writer. He really wanted it so bad and then when he got it, he ultimately didn’t want it anymore.”
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