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While he’s more recently been known for horrors and collaborating with Richard Linklater on the likes of Boyhood, Ethan Hawke has decided it’s time for a few more laughs. He’s joined the cast of Rebecca Miller’s new film Maggie’s Plan alongside Bill Hader, Maya Rudolph, Travis Fimmel, Julianne Moore and Greta Gerwig. Miller, known for films such as Personal Velocity, The Ballad Of Jack And Rose and The Private Lives Of Pippa Lee, has here adapted a story from an unpublished novel by Karen Rinaldi. Gerwig is starring as a young woman trying to make her own way in New York City and all the emotional peaks and troughs that come with it. It’s aiming to put a new spin on the well-worn romantic comedy idea. Though she’d originally wanted to kick off shooting late last year after Gerwig joined the film in January, »
In the run-up to the Efm in Berlin, Protagonist Pictures announced final casting on Rebecca Miller comedy Maggie’s Plan.
Maggie’s Plan is described as “a screwball take on the fluctuations of modern love that puts a new spin on the romantic comedy”.
The film, based on a story by Karen Rinaldi, is set to start production in New York on Feb 23.
CAA and Cinetic are representing North American rights, while international »
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Berlin — Ethan Hawke, Bill Hader, Maya Rudolph and Travis Fimmel (“Vikings”) have joined Greta Gerwig and Julianne Moore in the cast of Rebecca Miller’s “Maggie's Plan.” Protagonist Pictures will sell the pic at the European Film Market in Berlin.
The film, based on a story by Karen Rinaldi, is a screwball take on the fluctuations of modern love that “puts a new spin on the romantic comedy.” Production is set to start in New York on Feb. 23. Rachael Horovitz produces alongside Miller and Damon Cardasis.
The film is being financed by Freedom Media, Locomotive, Hyperion and Three Point Capital. Executive producers are Freedom’s Phil Stephenson and Temple Williams, Locomotive’s Lucy Barzun Donnelly and Alexandra Kerry, and Hyperion’s Michael Mailis and Susan Wrubel.
CAA and Cinetic are representing North American rights, while international rights are with Protagonist Pictures.
Miller’s feature film credits include “Personal Velocity: Three Portraits, »
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