“Trust”, the series based on the novel by Argentine Hernán Díaz, already has a director and protagonist

Todd Haynes will be the director of “Trust”, the series based on the novel by Argentine Hernán Díaz that will star Kate Winslet (Photo: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

Trustthe series based on the Argentine novel Hernan Diaz, advances at a firm pace. As revealed Selome Hailu in VarietyTodd Haynes has been appointed as writer and director.” They will meet shortly so that everything continues its course. John Raymond will co-write the project and both will executive produce.

Haynes directed poison (1991), Safe (nineteen ninety five), Velvet Goldmine (1998), Far from Heaven (2002), Dark Waters (2019) and May December (2023), and wrote the script for carol (2015). He is considered one of the prominent representatives of the New Queer Cinema that emerged in the United States in the 1990s.

“Diaz and Winslet are executive producers along with Haynes and Raymond, as well as Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler for Killer Films,” reveals the Variety journalist (Photo: REUTERS/Hollie Adams)

“Diaz and Winslet are executive producers alongside Haynes and Raymond, as well as Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler for Killer Films,” reveals the journalist from Variety. It is not the first time that Haynes will work with Kate Winslet and John Raymond: he already did it in Mildred Piercea 2011 miniseries based on the 1941 novel by James M. Cain which premiered on HBO.

For now, what is known is that the series is “a story told from multiple opposing perspectives” where “a 1920s Wall Street tycoon amasses a sudden fortune but loses his beloved wife. Decades later, his attempts to control the narrative of his life are thwarted by a biographer who uncovers the most important secrets of their legendary marriage.

With his second novel, Hernán Díaz managed to win the Pulitzer and become a great bestseller. In Spanish, “Trust” was released under the title “Fortuna”

Hernán Díaz was born in Buenos Aires in 1973, lived in Stockholm, the city where his family was exiled, returned to Argentina to study Literature, and then moved to New York. With In the Distance, originally written in English, he was a finalist for the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in 2018. He was, in fact, the first Argentine to reach that stage. With his second novel, Trust, he managed to win the prize and become a great bestseller. In Spanish it was published under the title Fortuna.

Trust marks the third time Winslet has executive produced an HBO project, after Mare of Easttown in 2021 and The Regimewhich aired earlier this year,” says Selome Hailu.

 
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