WASHINGTON: Hollywood star Paul Bettany is all set to star within the Miramax dramedy titled ‘Harvest Moon’, from a script he co-wrote with Dana Brown.
According to Deadline, Mark Waters will direct, with Miramax producing the undertaking. Bettany will star alongside Carmen Ejogo, Candice Bergen, Cary Elwes, Riley Looc, Malia Baker, Staz Nair, Rodney Richardson and Connor Falk.
Speaking in regards to the new undertaking, Bettany mentioned, “I’m thrilled to be teaming up with Bill Block and Miramax again to make Harvest Moon. The fact that it has come together so quickly is enormously gratifying and also hilarious. Dana and I wrote it to keep ourselves sane during the lockdown and now we’re off to shoot with an incredible creative team led by Mark Waters. It’s all a bit of a dream. I’m very excited.”
The plot of the movie revolves round a younger boy who sees a possibility to reunite his separated mother and father whereas the pandemic shuts down the world. Bettany, Brown and Waters will even produce the film together with Bill Block and Jessica Tuschinsky.
“This heartwarming film reimagines complicated, but comical family relations under the unique challenges presented by the pandemic. We’re thrilled to be working again within the Miramax family having Paul, who brought his magic to Uncle Frank, and Mark, whose latest film He’s All That, a modern-day twist on the ’90s classic, climbed to Netflix’s number one spot in multiple countries,” Block mentioned, in regards to the upcoming film, as per Deadline.
Bettany is coming off his Emmy-nominated efficiency in Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’ reprising his position of Vision that he made well-known within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He additionally just lately starred within the Amazon dramedy ‘Uncle Frank’.
Ejogo was most just lately seen in Showtime’s ‘Your Honor’ reverse Bryan Cranston, which was just lately picked up for a second season.
Elwes has plenty of movies on the horizon beginning with the Netflix film ‘A Castle For Christmas’, ‘Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre’ and the subsequent movie within the ‘Mission: Impossible’ installment. Bergen was most just lately seen in Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Let Them Talk’.