James Franco has signed to star in Wim Wenders' new film, Every Thing Will Be Fine. Production will begin on location in Montreal from August 15 and continue in January 2014. The screenplay is by Norwegian writer Bjørn Olaf Johannessen. The film will be shot in 3D.
Franco will play Tomas, a writer, who accidentally causes the death of a child. The story follows Tomas through the next twelve years, searching for the footprints of the accident on his life, as well as on the life of Kate, the child's mother.
Wenders, whose last film Pina was Oscar nominated and grossed more than $30m worldwide, had this to say in a statement.
"Every Thing Will Be Fine is a family drama, »
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