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Another Lincoln-centric film, The Green Blade Rises, the directorial debut of Aj Edwards is already in the works.
Brit Marling (Another Earth) and Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games) have joined the cast of upcoming feature film about Honest Abe’s formative years – Bentley will play the President’s first teacher, while Marling will play Lincoln’s biological mother Nancy who passed away when he was nine.
Edwards worked with Terrence Malick as an editor on The New World, The Tree of Life, and To the Wonder, so it’s no wonder why Malick agreed to produce Edwards directorial debut with the original script he also wrote.
The role of a baby boy Abraham Lincoln has not yet been cast, but with filming to take place this fall, we’ll soon find out. »
- Nick Martin
Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games) and Brit Marling (Another Earth) have joined The Green Blade Rises, the feature film about Abraham Lincoln's formative years, with a cast that also includes Diane Kruger (Inglourious Basterds) and Jason Clarke (Public Enemies), who play Lincoln's step-mother and father. Wes Bentley will play the future President's first teacher and Brit Marling will play Nancy, his biological mother who withstood the challenges of pioneer life.
The Green Blade Rises tells the untold story of the youth of America's greatest hero. It chronicles the hardships that shaped him, including abandonment by his father in the harsh winter wilderness, the tragedy that marked him forever and the two women who guided him to immortality, putting him on the path to becoming one of the most influential Presidents in United States history.
The Green Blade Rises is the directorial debut of Aj Edwards, who also wrote the original screenplay, »
2 items from 2012
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