Frankie Valli Joins Rob Reiner-Helmed Comedy 'And So It Goes' (Exclusive)
Theatergoers looking for Frankie Valli on the big screen don't have to wait for the Jersey Boys movie.
The legendary crooner has signed on for the role of a club owner in the Rob Reiner-helmed comedy And So It Goes. Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton star in the Castle Rock film.
The film centers on a self-centered and eccentric realtor (Douglas) whose life is turned upside down when his estranged son suddenly drops off a granddaughter he never knew. With the help of his determined and loveable neighbor (Keaton), he stubbornly learns to care and, unexpectedly, to fall in love again.
Mark Andrus (As Good as It Gets) wrote the screenplay.
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons continue to sell out shows in both the United States and internationally. Following their tour on the United Kingdom last year, the group returns in June to the U.K. for a tour that ends with two nights at Royal Albert Hall. The band is currently planning tours of Asia and Australia.
Meanwhile, director Clint Eastwood is circling a big-screen adaptation of the Broadway hit Jersey Boys, which chronicles the rise and eventual breakup of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. That project is being produced by GK Films.
Valli is represented by ICM Partners.