A few days ago, Jennifer Lawrence and “The Big Short” director Adam McKay’s new film “Bad Blood” officially settled in Apple.
“Bad Blood” and “Bad Blood” will become the highlight of this new producer, and is expected to hit the Oscars.
“Bad Blood” is not a brand new project.
As early as 2016, Legendary Pictures bought the copyright of “Bad Blood”, but the film has not been launched.
“Bad Blood” is adapted from the story of female entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes.
Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of the prestigious Stanford school at the age of 19. She kept coming out for her company’s new blood test technology platform that “will eventually change the world”.
Countless business giants have invested in it…
But this seemingly impossible story ended up embarrassingly as a fraud by the regulators.
On September 1, 2021, Elizabeth Holmes went to trial, and investors have lost more than $700 million.
In 2018, reporter John Carreyrou wrote a book titled “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup” in 3 and a half years, which revealed the scam.
In 2019, HBO also launched the documentary “The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley”.
Currently, “Bad Blood” has no specific filming and screening arrangements.