It appears like scammers actually do prosper as a result of the film adaptation of James Frey’s controversial 2003 bestselling guide, A Million Little Items, is headed to the large display screen.

Boasting a star-studded forged together with Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Charlie Hunnam, and Billy Bob Thornton, the movie tells the story of 23-year-old James (Taylor-Johnson), an alcoholic and drug addict confronted with two choices: rehab or loss of life. Like in the memoir which resulted in scandal when accusations of main embellishment and lies about Frey’s expertise in rehab got here to mild the movie follows the fundamental character by his wrestle with dependancy and restoration as he “heals his broken soul by connecting with other kindred spirits who also yearn and fight for a better life.”

Watch the new crimson band trailer above, and look out for the notorious memoir-turned-film when it hits theaters on Dec. 6.

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