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Bethany Ashton Wolf’s “Forever My Girl” Acquired by Roadside

Bethany Ashton Wolf and “Forever My Girl” star Jessica Rothe: Wolf’s Instagram account

Forever My Girl” has found a home. Variety writes that Roadside Attractions has acquired domestic distribution rights to Bethany Ashton Wolf’s romance about high school sweethearts, missed opportunities, and the lure of fame.

Based on Heidi McLaughlin’s 2012 novel of the same name, “Forever My Girl” centers on a country music star “who left his bride at the altar choosing fame and fortune instead,” the source summarizes. An unexpected trip back to his hometown forces him to face “the consequences of all that he left behind.”

“We fell in love with this special movie the moment we saw it,” said Roadside’s Howard Cohen and Eric d’Arbeloff. “‘Forever My Girl’ is the kind of film that will play everywhere but we believe it will play especially well in the heartland. It has tested through the roof around the country — far above the norms with sensational reactions across the board.”

Alex Roe (“The 5th Wave”) and Jessica Rothe (“Mary + Jane,” “La La Land”) star in the feature.

Jennifer Monroe (“The Zookeeper’s Wife”) is among the project’s producers, and its EPs include Alison Semenza King (“Powder Blue”) and Nicole Stojkovich.

Wolf’s first feature, “Little Chenier,” premiered at the 2006 Austin Film Festival. She’s written and directed a number of shorts, including “Midnight Juliet” and “Love Scene.”

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Close, Dourif Join PTA's "The Master"

Joshua Close ("The Exorcism of Emily Rose," "The Unusuals") and Fiona Dourif ("Little Chenier," "The Messenger") have signed on to join Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" (its now confirmed title) says Variety.

The story centers on Philip Seymour Hoffman's character, a man known only as The Master who creates his own type of a religion, a belief structure which quickly gets a massive following.

Close will play one of The Master's top followers, Dourif's role is not known Anderson directs from his own original screenplay and shooting is currently underway in Sacramento.

Meanwhile the first set photos have emerged at StellarsPaBlog.
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Killer Talent: A David Fincher Profile (Part 3)

With his latest film The Social Network in cinemas this month, Trevor Hogg profiles the career of director David Fincher in the third of a three part feature... read parts one and two.

“When it became apparent that I wasn't going to be involved in Black Dahlia [2006],” stated director David Fincher, “I didn't go, ‘All right, find me another obsession tale.’ I wasn't looking to make another serial-killer movie. But when I read Zodiac [2007], I just thought I'd hate to see this and not have been involved.” Based on the book by former San Francisco Chronicle political cartoonist Robert Graysmith, the movie centres around the police and the author (Jake Gyllenhaal) trying to unravel the identity of the multiple murderer who during the late 1960s and early 1970s sent taunting letters and ciphers to newspapers. “Growing up in [the Bay Area's] Marin [County] in this time, there were a lot of questions that had never been answered for me,
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