In 1977, two sisters, a photographer, some execs, and a group of models went to Chile to put on some fur and do a photoshoot. Instead of having a blast, they found themselves snowed-in by a big storm. THEN, they had a blast. After a week, they got tired of having a blast and decided to dig themselves out of their predicament.
That’s the story told in Mickey Rapkin’s Elle Magazine article "Supermodel Snowpocalypse", subtitled "This Drug-Fueled, Multimillion-Dollar Supermodel Snowpocalypse Has Been Fashion’s Best-Kept Secret Since ’77". And now it’s going to be a movie.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paul Feig and Jessie Hendeson will produce the film for Paramount, who just picked up the rights to the article.
Nothing else is currently known about this. All we have is a premise and Paul Feig’s attachment. But what else do you need? Read the article and make the rest of the movie in your head! Why even have an imagination if you’re not using it to fan cast movies about hot models?