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Romantic drama The Age of Adaline has rounded out its cast with Kathy Baker and Amanda Crew.
The film, starring Blake Lively, Harrison Ford, Ellen Burstyn and Michiel Huisman, will begin shooting in March. The story follows the miraculous life of 29-year-old Adaline, who stops aging after recovering from a near-fatal accident. She embarks on a worldwide journey keeping her secret until she meets a man who forever alters her life.
Lee Toland Krieger is directing from a script by J. Mills Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz, with revisions by Allison Burnett.
Lionsgate, Lakeshore Entertainment and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment are teaming on the project, with Lionsgate releasing the film in the U.S. The film is produced by Sidney Kimmel, Tom Rosenberg, and Gary Lucchesi with Jim Tauber and Eric Reid executive producing.
Baker co-stars opposite Robin Williams in the indie Boulevard, directed by Dito Montiel. She also co-stars in Comedy Central’s Big Time in Hollywood, FL. She’s repped by Paradigm and Berwick & Kovacik.
Crew will next be seen on the HBO series Silicon Valley, set to premiere on April 6, 2014. She’s represented by UTA and Play Management.
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