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May 11, 2016   Jess   An Actor Prepares, News Be first to comment

Jeremy Irons, Jack Huston to Team on Father-Son Buddy Comedy ‘An Actor Prepares’

David M. Rosenthal is producing the film with 3 Arts Entertainment’s Tom Lassally and Will Rowbotham.

Jeremy Irons and Jack Huston are set to team on the father-son buddy comedy An Actor Prepares.

Steve Clark is directing the film from a script he co-wrote with Thomas Moffett.

The story centers on a highly celebrated actor (Irons), whose spectacular career is matched only by his rugged good looks and effortless, devilish charm. ­Atticus’ estranged son, Paul (Huston), is nothing like his philandering, drinking, devil-may-care father. He is a feminist and professor who is devoted to his partner Clementine.

Paul has wanted nothing to do with his parents’ divorce. But when a medical condition forces Atticus to hitch a ride from Los Angeles to New York to be at his daughter’s wedding, Paul becomes his only option. And so begins their madcap, odd-couple journey across the U.S.

David M. Rosenthal is producing the film with 3 Arts Entertainment’s Tom Lassally and Will Rowbotham under Rosenthal and Clark’s production banner Pandemic Film.

Content Media will handle international sales for An Actor Prepares and introduce the project to distributors for the first time next week in Cannes.

CAA is repping the film’s North American distribution rights.

Principal photography is slated to begin this fall.

“We can’t wait to see Mr. Irons and Mr. Huston go head to head in this wonderfully funny and emotional crowd pleaser, and we’re thrilled to be working with Steve, David and our friends at 3 Arts,” Carmichael said in a statement.

In addition to An Actor Prepares, Content’s international sales slate includes Pistorius, the feature documentary about the disgraced Olympic sports icon; the action-thriller The Worker, starring Michael Pena; the Manolo Blahnik documentary Manolo; and the Niki Caro-helmed Maria Callas biopic Callas, starring Noomi Rapace.

Irons, who most recently appeared in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, is repped by CAA.

Huston, star of the upcoming Biblical epic Ben Hur, is handled by UTA and Untitled Entertainment.


October 6, 2015   Jess   News, The Yellow Birds Be first to comment

Jennifer Aniston, Jack Huston Joining ‘The Yellow Birds’

Benedict Cumberbatch dropped out of the role that Huston now occupies.
Jennifer Aniston and Jack Huston are joining the cast of The Yellow Birds.

Yellow Birds is based on the novel by Iraq War veteran Kevin Powers, and follows two young soldiers who become friends in boot camp, promising to take care of each other — a pact that gets more difficult as the war goes on.

Director Alexandre Moors, who recently filmed the music video for Kendrick Lamar‘s “I,” will head the project that also stars Tye Sheridan and Alden Ehrenreich.

Aniston will play the part of Ehrenreich’s mother, while Huston will play Sgt. Sterling, a role that English actor Benedict Cumberbatch had dropped out of prior to Huston’s casting.

Cinelou Films is financing the film, which is produced by Mark Canton, Courtney Solomon and Story Mining’s Jeffrey Sharpe. Jim Kohlberg is executive producing.

The Friends alum has multiple upcoming projects, including The Comedian. She is currently filming the Garry Marshall ensemble comedy, Mother’s Day, where she stars opposite Marshall muse Julia Roberts. She’s repped by CAA, Brillstein Entertainment and Hansen & Jacobson.

Huston, who starred in Boardwalk Empire, has recently acted in Kill Your Darlings and American Hustle, and can be seen amongst the Victorian-era undead in the upcoming flick Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, where he will play Mr. Wickham. He’s repped by UTA, Untitled Entertainment and Morris Yorn.