CODA’s Siân Heder to Direct ‘Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow’ for Paramount

CODA’s Siân Heder to Direct ‘Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow’ for Paramount

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Siân Heder has been tapped to direct Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow for Paramount Pictures, an adaptation of the eponymous best-selling novel by Gabrielle Zevin. Heder’s CODA won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2022. Mark Bomback will be writing the screenplay based on a draft by Zevin. The film will be produced by Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey, and Isaac Klausner via Temple Hill.

Tomorrow… narrates the tale of Sam and Sadie, two childhood friends from Los Angeles who reunite years later as pioneer video-game creators in England. According to the film’s official synopsis: “The relationship explores the intimacy, passion, and heartbreak of creative collaboration, set against the visually groundbreaking worlds brought to life by the rising video game industry of the 1990s-2000s.”


Published in 2022, Zevin’s novel sold more than 2.8 million copies worldwide and appeared for 50 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list. The publisher’s blurb described the book as one that “examines the multifarious nature of identity, disability, failure, the redemptive possibilities in play, and above all, our need to connect: to be loved and to love.”

Siân Heder made her directorial debut at Sundance 2016 with Tallulah, a dramedy that starred Elliot Page and Alison Janney, and Tammy Blanchard. Her most acclaimed film, CODA, debuted at Sundance in 2021, becoming the first feature to win all four of the major awards at the festival. It later won Oscars for Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor (for Troy Kotsur). CODA, an acronym for “child of deaf adults,” was based on Eric Latigau’s 2014 French-Belgian film, La Famille Bélier. The film was sold to Apple for a rrecord-breaking $25 million.

Heder’s most recent credit is that of showrunner and executive producer for Little America, an Apple TV+ series that highlights the contributions made by recent immigrants to the United States.

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