Scott Weiland's life is headed to the big screen. On Monday morning, Dark Pictures and Orian Williams announced they acquired the book rights to the Stone Temple Pilots\/Velvet Revolver singer's Not Dead & Not for Sale\u00a0memoir and will turn it into a biopic. The film, titled Paper Heart, will be written by Jennifer Erwin. \u201cIt\u2019s an honor to have the trust to tell Scott\u2019s story and the ability to portray the lesser known sides of him \u2013 the loving and tender man he was, the high school athlete he was, the melancholy soul he was and the legendary frontman that he will always be,\u201d Erwin said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. \u201cScott was glamorous, complicated and wounded. His childhood had a big effect on his struggles with addiction,\u201d Dark Pictures' Anne Beagan told\u00a0THR\u00a0in a statement of her own. Williams said that the film will include previously unreleased Weiland music. David Vigliano, who represents the Weiland estate, said that this "felt right" for a biopic to be made about the singer. Weiland died at the age of 48 in December 2015 from an accidental overdose.