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Daniel Radcliffe has been making bold strides in the years since Harry Potter came to an end, choosing movies that cross a wide array of genres, and his latest choice sounds like another great move, with the actor attached to star in Douglas McGrath’s Brooklyn Bridge.
The film is set to shoot in August, and will be promoted to buyers at the upcoming European Film Market in Berlin next month.
Inspired by true events, it details the story of a brilliant but inexperienced engineer Washington Roebling who is left to oversee the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge when his father passes away. Besieged by calamity, danger and doubt, his obsession to get the job done threatens his health and his family until he discovers an improbable ally in his charming and shrewd wife.
McGrath (Emma, I Don’t Know How She Does It) wrote the screenplay from which he’ll direct, »
- Kenji Lloyd
The Solution Entertainment Group will handle international rights to Emmy-Award nominated writer Maya Forbes’ directorial debut Infinitely Polar Bear starring Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo (The Kids Are Alright) and Zoe Saldana (Star Trek), it was announced today by The Solution Entertainment Group’s (“The Solution”) founders and partners, Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel.
The film will make its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Dramatic section. ICM Partners will be handling Us rights.
The film is produced by Emmy-winning Wally Wolodarsky along with Paper Street Films’ Benji Kohn and Bingo Gubelmann (Happythankyoumoreplease) and Park Pictures’ Sam Bisbee and Galt Niederhoffer (Robot & Frank).
The year is 1978, and the Stuart family is struggling to hold it together. »
- Michelle McCue
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