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    Let the opinions commence: You can now read the whole White Noise screenplay.

    Eliza Smith

    December 19, 2022, 12:15pm

    For those of you anticipating—or dreading—Noah Baumbach’s new adaptation of White Noise, which officially releases on Netflix on December 30th, fun news! You can get a jumpstart and read the screenplay in its entirety, courtesy of Deadline.

    Tragically, the screenplay does not begin with a voiceover of Adam Driver describing moving-in day at the College-on-the-Hill, but we do get a peek of it later, after starting with Murray Suskind/Don Cheadle’s lecture about car crashes. Foreboding, no?

    Here’s the screenplay. First DeLillo fan to do a close reading wins!

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