‘September Issue’ Director R.J. Cutler Moves into Fiction

The director will helm an adaptation of the novel “Fabulous Nobodies” for Colac Pictures

Documentarian R.J. Cutler is stepping into the world of fiction, and will direct "Fabulous Nobodies" for Colac Pictures.

The movie is based on the novel by fashion journalist Lee Talloch. It revolves around Reality Nirvana Tuttle, a shallow doorgirl at an exclusive New York club.

Mark Fortin and Josh Miller are writing.

Cutler will produce with Julie Anne Quay and Gail Lyon.

The director is known for  "The September Issue" and "'Hick' Town," both from 2009, and "Thin," from 2006.

Cutler is repped by WME and Mosaic.