Auburn co-wrote the awards-nominated movie "Proof" (2005), starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Jake Gyllenhaal which was nominated for an Oscar. “Proof” tells the story of a woman mathematician who, having discovered a proof that is 20 pages in length, decides to have no one else read it, but to keep it completely hidden from the rest of the world. Surprisingly, when one of her colleagues, a man, tells her that he too has discovered a proof, the woman is infuriated.
Auburn will write the script for “Charlie's Angels” and will be working with writing partner Stephen Gaghan (“Traffic”, “Drive”). Shooting is set to take place April 13, 2020 in the UK. The new Charlie’s Angels is set to begin principal photography in April 2020 in the UK for a tentative June 4, 2021 release. “Charlie’s Angels” will mark the return of the original stars, Cameron Diaz, Kristen Stewart and Naomi Scott, with the trio joined by Ella Balinska (“Beauty and the Beast”) as Charlie’s new partner. Gemma Chan, Jordana Brewster and Brenton Thwaites are also in talks to join the film.
As mentioned by Banks, Auburn penned the Pulitzer-prizing winning play Proof (and co-wrote its 2005 film adaptation starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Jake Gyllenhaal), about the daughter of a formally brilliant mathematician who may - or may not - have written a remarkable mathematical proof of her own. Auburn, who also co-wrote the Keanu Reeves/Sandra Bullock sci-fi romance film The Lake House, is penning a fresh script for Charlie's Angels, after Evan Spiliotopoulos (Hercules, The Huntsman: Winter's War) penned an earlier screenplay draft for the film.
Auburn wrote the script for the recently released thriller film Proof. The two-story screenplay is a powerful adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by David Auburn, about a brilliant mathematician who uses secret means to prove her own idea to be correct. d2c66b5586