Uncategorized | 7:17 pm | October 7, 2010 | By Esther Zuckerman

Buckley’s ’75 ‘Boomsday’ gets film adaptation

“Boomsday,” a novel by Christopher Buckley ’75, 2009′s Class Day speaker, is set to be made into a movie.

Buckley (who was the subject of a recent Yale Daily News Magazine Q&A) is no stranger to the big screen. His novel “Thank You For Smoking” was made into a 2005 film directed by Jason Reitman. “Boomsday” is set to be directed by Tom Vaughan, whose films include “Extraordinary Measures” and the Ashton Kutcher film “What Happened in Vegas.”

[via Deadline]

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