Love, Wedding, Marriage (2011)
Mulroney, along with producing partners Tharita Cutulle and Rainier Negri, has secured life rights to Weah, the international soccer star who became a humanitarian and politician in his native country, eventually running for president.
The producers spent the better part of a year courting Weah, whose full name is George Tawlon Manneh Oppong Ousman Weah, to hand over life rights. Mulroney already has an interest in African affairs -- he was a producer on "God Grew Tired of Us," a 2006 documentary on the Sudanese Lost Boys -- and is an avid soccer fan, and Weah's history grabbed him.
"It's real doozy story," Mulroney said. "It's got politics, war, love and soccer. We very patiently walked a fine line with him,
Yeah, we already wrote about this Twilight-actors-thing, and looks like they’re very busy nowadays. So, get ready for another romantic comedy!
Let’s start with some official synopsis: the story follows a newlywed marriage counselor who gets upended when she learns that her parents, whose marriage she’s always idealized, are headed for divorce. She tries to save their marriage at the expense of her own, manipulating everyone she cares about to achieve her goal.
So, now you probably wonder who will play this counselor that is actually the basic character of the whole thing. Mandy Moore guys!
We all remember her from her recent romantic comedy projects, like License to Wed and Because I Said So. Familiar stories for her, right?
And this time, she
Lutz and Samuel L. Jackson are in negotiations for an action flick called "Deathgames," which is scheduled to start filming next month in Louisiana. He'd play a guy who's kidnapped and forced into a fight-club situation, where he has to battle other fighters for a voracious online audience.
Jackson will play the man who's controlling the action, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
If the deal goes through, Lutz will be working pretty much nonstop for the next few months. He's scheduled to begin shooting a romantic comedy called "Keep It Together" (formerly "Love, Wedding, Marriage") with Mandy Moore next week, also in Louisiana. He would move straight from that to "Deathgames," then in June go on to "Immortals," where he plays Greek god Poseidon.
Then, of course, there's "Twilight: Breaking Dawn,
By Adam Rosenberg
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Who would win in a fight: a vegetarian "Twilight" vampire or Nick Fury? No need to ponder it — Hollywood is going to address the question directly. Samuel L. Jackson and Kellan Lutz are negotiating to star in the indie actioner "Deathgames."
If cast, Lutz would play a young man who is kidnapped and forced to fight in a modern-day gladiator arena. The Hollywood Reporter's Heat Vision blog reports that Jackson would take the role of the arena's overseer, presiding over the events from his "computer lair" while "twin ladies ... see to his every desire."
Jonah Loop, visual effects supervisor on 2009's "Brothers" and "A Perfect Getaway," will make his directorial debut with the movie, which begins shooting next month in Louisiana. He'll be working with a script from Michael Hultquist,
The two-hour Seattle Grace season ender will be airing on May 20, with Miss Moore to play the character of a patient named Mary.
While it's know that Mandy's character will be treated by Chandra Wilson’s Bailey and her team, the rest of the details are being kept under wraps.
Getting busier and busier as of late, Moore also recently signed on to star alongside "Twilight" actor Kellan Lutz in the Dermot Mulroney directed film, "Love, Wedding, Marriage."
Though details on what part Mandy will be portraying are scarce, it is said that her character will be called Mary and will be treated by Chandra Wilson's Bailey. Contrary to Lovato whose exact appearance date on the show remains a mystery, the 25-year-old songstress will be seen on the two-hour finale.
In another news, the star of "License to Wed" will be seen married to Kellan Lutz on "Love, Wedding, Marriage". In the romantic comedy to be directed by Dermot Mulroney, she will star as a newlywed marriage counselor who is having a hard time coming to terms with her own parents' divorce.
The odd couple will star in Love, Wedding, Marriage, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Moore will play a marriage counsellor struggling to come to terms with her parents' divorce in the film.
James Brolin and Jane Seymour will play her folks.
Filming will begin later this month in Louisiana.
The duo has been tapped to star alongside James Brolin and Jane Seymour in the Dermot Mulroney-directed romantic comedy
"Love, Wedding, Marriage," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The film, which marks the directorial debut for Mulroney, follows a newlywed marriage counselor (Moore) who is having a hard time coming to terms with her own parents' divorce.
"Twilight Saga" heartthrob Lutz - who plays Emmett Cullen in the hit vamp series --will play Moore's on-screen husband, while Brolin and Seymour will play her ...
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lutz and Moore play newlyweds. Moore is a marriage counselor who spirals a bit out of control after she learns her parents (Brolin and Seymour), whose marriage she always thought was golden, are headed for the big D (and we don't mean Dallas).
The romantic comedy begins shooting April 19 in Louisiana. It's been in the works for awhile, with Blythe Danner, Christopher Walken and Jessica Alba all taking their turns at rumors of being in the movie.
This will be just the next in a long line of Lutz's non-"Twilight Saga" role, as he has also been cast as the Greek god Poseidon in "Immortals" or "Dawn of War," (there are different
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