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Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling is being turned into a film

What would Aisling make of this?!

IT WAS THE book that took the industry by storm last year, and now it’s being turned into a movie.

That’s right; Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling is destined for the silver screen.

Element Pictures have today announced that they have acquired the rights to last year’s number one bestseller, and authors Emer McLysagt and Sarah Breen could not be more thrilled.

Commenting on developments, the authors have confirmed that they will be writing the screenplay, and look forward to bringing Aisling to the big screen.

We’ve known this character for ten years so to be given the opportunity to take her from the pages of our beloved book and transform her into a walking, talking, caring (and judging, let’s be honest) girl in front of a camera is beyond our wildest dreams. We can’t wait to start!

A runaway success last year, Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling captivated readers – something Element Pictures producer Rory Gilmartin believes is a testament to Breen and McLysagt’s talent.

We couldn’t be more excited at the thought of working with Emer and Sarah to bring Aisling into cinemas,” he said.

The huge success of this debut book is a testament to the strength of their writing – so funny and yet so full of heart.”

We’ll be front-row centre.

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