REPORT: Screenwriter Behind ‘The Hate U Give,’ Dies Day Before Film Premiere
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Audrey Wells, a screenwriter and director who gave a voice to women in films such as “Under the Tuscan Sun” and the newly released “The Hate U Give,” died on Thursday in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 58.
Her husband, Brian Larky, said the cause was cancer.
The article goes on to state the following:
Ms. Wells, who had been privately battling her illness for five years, died the day before her adaptation of “The Hate U Give” had its premiere in theaters. Based on Angie Thomas’s best-selling 2017 novel, it tells the story of a black teenage girl straddling opposing worlds after her friend is killed by a white police officer.
We are simply heartbroken. Audrey’s was a voice of empowerment and courage, and her words will live on through the strong, determined female characters she brought to life. Our thoughts are with all of Audrey’s family and friends at this difficult time. pic.twitter.com/mPh2RxGDGu
— The Hate U Give (@TheHateUGive) October 6, 2018
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