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Reese Witherspoon’s romantic comedy “Home Again” has been scheduled for a release date of Sept. The film was written by Hallie Meyers-Shyer and is being directed by Meyers-Shyer in her directorial debut.
Nancy Meyers is producing alongside Black Bicycle Entertainment’s Erika Olde, who also financed the film.
Hallie Meyers-Shyer is the daughter of Nancy Meyers, whose producing-directing credits include “What Women Want,” “Something’s Got to Give,” “The Holiday,” “It’s Complicated,” and “The Intern.” Witherspoon just completed starring in and producing the HBO miniseries “Big Little Lies.” She played a voice role in “Sing” and will be seen next year in Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time.” “Home Again” becomes the second title to land on Sept.
8 as a release date, following New Line’s horror-thriller “It,” based on the Stephen King novel.
Now consider her CIA buddies, FDR Foster (Chris Pine) and Tuck (Tom Hardy).
Although Reese is not convincing as the woman they go to war over, she would be ideally cast as a straight roommate giving them advice about their romance. They do everything together, ranging from deadly fights on top of a Hong Kong skyscraper to an office contest to see who can shoot the most baskets by tossing wadded-up paper into a wastebasket. They divert apparently millions of dollars worth of high-tech electronic surveillance equipment to monitor Lauren's private life every moment of the day.
IMR International is handling the international sales.
first reported in August that Witherspoon had come on board to star.
With the encouragement of her mom (Candice Bergen), Alice loans out her guest house to three young aspiring filmmakers – played by Alexander, Nat Wolff and Jon Rudnitsky – ensuring some rom-com complications, especially with the re-entry of her estranged hubby (Michael Sheen).Everything seems to be going so well and Nicole and David become a couple.Nicole's family like David and she decides she loves him enough to give herself to him one night after a date.However, as soon as they became official, David has become a possessive and jealous boyfriend.
He even beats up one of Nicole's close male friends when he is seen giving her a hug at the end of school.
Is there something about that not entirely consistent with a heterosexual competition?