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Comedian Orlando Jones will star in the indie dramedy “Misconceptions.”
Directed by Ron Satlof from a script he wrote with Ira Pearlstein, the story centers on a religiously conservative married woman from the South who receives a message from God telling her to act as a surrogate mother for two gay men.
Jones will play Terry, the hopeful parent who comes to the woman’s home to micromanage her pregnancy and in the process causes havoc.
A.J. Cook (CBS’ “Criminal Minds”) will play Miranda, the woman who decides to carry the child for the gay couple.
Steven J. Brown is producing through his Cineglobe Prods. Ted Perkins and J.A. Bremont are serving as executive producers.
The film also stars Sarah Carter, Sam Ball, David Sutcliffe and David Moscow, who will play Jones’ life partner.
Jones, whose recent feature credits include “House of D” and “Biker Boys,” is repped by UTA and Management 360.
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