Three new actors joined Admissions and one of them are Vera’s lovely younger sister Taissa. I can’t wait to see them on screen together!
Taissa Farmiga, Spencer Lofranco, and Nicholas Braun signed on to the indie dramedy Admissions. Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga star as “a man and woman who fall in love while taking their children on a college admissions tour.” According to THR, Lofranco will play Garcia’s son and Taissa Farmiga will play Vera Farmiga’s daughter. The common last name and 21-year age gap between them sounds perfect for an on-screen mother-daughter duo. But in fact, the Farmigas are actually sisters. Braun will play an upperclassmen who is leading the tour.
Lofranco is new to the business, but I like what I saw of Braun and especially Farmiga on their respective basic cable shows, 10 Things I Hate About You and American Horror Story. Writer/directors Glenn German and Adam Rodgers secured a nice cast for their feature directorial debut. Shooting begins next month in Spokane, Washington.
Source: The Collider
Some updates on Admissions, apparently filming begins on May 30!
Following their collaboration on City Island, Anchor Bay and Andy Garcia’s CineSon Productions are reuniting on the rom-com to star Garcia and Vera Farmiga.
Principal photography is scheduled to begin on May 30 and Ellen Wander of Film Bridge International will handle international sales and also serves as executive producer alongside Sonya Lunsford.
Adam Rodgers directs Admissions from the screenplay he co-wrote with Glenn German, who will also produce with Sig Libowitz under his Look At The Moon Productions label.
Admissions follows the relationship that develops over the course of a day between a buttoned-up surgeon and a free-spirited woman attending a college tour with their children.
Paradigm represents Andy Garcia and the Paradigm Motion Picture Finance Group arranged the financing and completed the deal with Anchor Bay Films.
Source: Screen Daily
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A new project for Vera, very exciting!
Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga are set to star in the romantic comedy “Admissions,” an indie pic that Garcia will also produce through his CineSon Prods. shingle.
Adam Rodgers will direct from a script he co-wrote with Glenn German, who will also produce alongside Sig Libowitz under his Look at the Moon Prods. banner. Ellen Wander of Film Bridge Intl. will exec produce along with Sonya Lunsford (“The Help“). Paradigm’s pic financing group arranged the financing and will be selling domestic distribution rights. Wander and Film Bridge will handle international distribution.
“Admissions” follows a once-in-a-lifetime relationship that develops between two strangers over the course of a single day. Farmiga will play a free-spirited mom taking her daughter Audrey on a walking tour of a small college. Garcia will play a buttoned-up heart surgeon who’s taking his son on the same tour.
Farmiga, who recently appeared in “Safe House,” just wrapped James Wan’s New Line pic “The Warren Files.”
Some casting news for The Drummer, Chloë Grace Moretz and Rupert Grint has joined the team.
Read more at The Hollywood Reporter!
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Such a great new project for Vera and so interesting that she will sing and play the piano in the film!
The actress will play Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie in the biopic of Beach Boy member Dennis Wilson.
Vera Farmiga has signed to portray Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie in The Drummer, a biopic of Beach Boys co-founder Dennis Wilson.
Randall Miller and Jody Savin, the team behind indie Bottle Shock, are respectively directing and writing the movie, which is tackling the last six years of Wilson’s life (he died in 1983), when the singer-songwriter released his acclaimed solo album Pacific Ocean Blue. Aaron Eckhart is already on board as Wilson.