Kim Kardashian’s robbery incident that made the headlines of several News organisation in 2016 has been selected to be adapted into a film.
The American reality television star was threatened with a gun, tied up and gagged in the bathroom of a luxury residence in the French capital where she was staying during fashion week in October 2016.
“Fashion Week” will be adapted from a 130-page graphic novel that cult French writer and director Joann Sfar has written but which has yet to be published, the producers revealed.
Sfar who is one of France’s best known comic and graphic novel authors, aid that as the graphic novel, the movie would be about “a group of old school crooks who eye up the jewellery of an influential celebrity and find themselves swept up in the whirlwind of the fashion world.”
Sfar admitted it was “liberally based on the raid on Kim Kardashian”.
“It is going to be a popular comedy inspired by the real events… about the dying days of the patriarchy. The ‘Museum of the Man’, to put it briefly,” he added.