Now that Valentine's Day has encouraged Garry Marshall to find even more holidays to contrive coincidental romantic plots around with New Year's Eve, and Cameron Diaz is set to explore all the facets of expectation in What to Expect When You're Expecting, we've nearly come full-circle high-concept anthology films. So isn't it about time someone remade Love Actually—the arguable origin of the modern, overstuffed, anthology rom-com—but for teens?

According to Deadline, Paramount and Fake Empire (the production company of Gossip Girl’s Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage) have acquired the rights to Let It Snow, a book of three interconnected romantic stories set around a Christmas Eve snowstorm in a Southern town, written by young-adult authors John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle (best known for her series of books made up entirely of IM messages). The goal is to craft its interconnected plots and characters into “a teen Love Actually,” although there’s obviously every possibility that it will simply recreate the teen ensemble misery of Prom.