Knowledge Identifier: $American_Psycho
Bret Easton Ellis - Four of Ellis' works have been made into films; notably, "Less Than Zero" was rapidly adapted for screen, and a starkly different "Less Than Zero" film was released in 1987, and Mary Harron's adaptation of "American Psycho" was released to predominantly positive reviews in 2000
Tammy Bruce - During the early 1990s, she spearheaded the campaign to publicly criticize the sexualized violence in the novel "American Psycho", and led an effort to boycott all titles by the book's publisher, Knopf, for a year
"'American Psycho"' is a novel by Bret Easton Ellis, published in 1991
Joseph Abboud - Abboud is referenced in the 1991 novel "American Psycho" by Bret Easton Ellis, in "Seinfeld" episode "The Wig Master" , in "The Wire" episode "Bad Dreams" , and he meets and exchanges quips with the Boston detective Spenser in Chapter 3 of Robert B. Parker's 2009 novel "The Professional"
Bret Easton Ellis - The writer became a pariah for a time following "American Psycho" , which later became a cult hit, more so after its 2000 movie adaptation
A film adaptation starring Christian Bale was released in 2000 to generally favorable reviews
In 2009, Audible.com produced an audio version of "American Psycho", narrated by Pablo Schreiber, as part of its "Modern Vanguard" line of audiobooks
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa - In February 2010, he was announced to write the book for the musical adaption of the novel "American Psycho"
The book wasn't published in hardcover in the United States until 2012, when a limited hardcover edition was published by Centipede Press, although a deluxe paperback was offered