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  1. Charles Bukowski’s ‘Women’ to be adapted for big screen

Charles Bukowski’s ‘Women’ to be adapted for big screen

Charles Bukowski's semi-autobiographical novel 'Women' is set to be made into a movie by the production company behind 'The Hurt Locker.'

By: | Published: June 21, 2015 3:40 AM

Charles Bukowski’s semi-autobiographical novel ‘Women’ is set to be made into a movie by the production company behind ‘The Hurt Locker.’

Voltage Pictures has obtained screen rights to the 1978 book, which features Bukowski’s regular alter-ego Hank Chinaski, a booze-soaked LA writer juggling the many women who admire him for his literary genius, the Guardian reported.

The film will be based on a screenplay by Ethan Furman.

No cast details are yet available for the film version of ‘Women’ and the project does not yet have a director.

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