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Paul Bettany will star in the comedy-drama ‘Harvest Moon’.

The 50-calendar year-old actor has written the screenplay with Dana Brown for the motion picture, which will be made by Miramax with Mark Waters on board to immediate.

Paul will star in the flick with Carmen Ejogo, Candice Bergen, Cary Elwes, Riley Looc, Malia Baker, Staz Nair, Rodney Richardson and Connor Falk.

The film tells the story of a younger boy who sees the possibility to reunite his divided parents when the pandemic shuts the planet down. Paul, Dana and Mark are generating with Miramax manager Bill Block and Jessica Tuschinksy.

Bettany said in a statement: “I’m thrilled to be teaming up with Bill Block and Miramax once again to make ‘Harvest Moon’.

“The reality that it has come with each other so rapidly is enormously gratifying and also hilarious. Dana and I wrote it to preserve ourselves sane for the duration of lockdown and now we’re off to shoot with an extraordinary imaginative workforce led by Mark Waters. It really is all a bit of a dream. I am extremely enthusiastic.”

Block included: “This heartwarming movie reimagines difficult, but comical family relations below the exceptional troubles presented by the pandemic.

“We’re thrilled to be doing the job yet again inside of the Miramax family getting Paul, who acquired his magic to ‘Uncle Frank’, and Mark, whose newest film ‘He’s All That’, a modern-day twist on the 90s typical, climbed to Netflix’s selection a single location in numerous international locations.”

Paul starred in Alan Ball’s highway film ‘Uncle Frank’ as the titular Frank Bledsoe and exposed that he cherished replicating the model of monitor icons such as Robert Redford in the 1970s established flick.

The ‘Iron Man’ star explained: “I grew up observing motion pictures from what Alan and I equally think of as the golden period of American cinema, the 70s, I am type of steeped in all those films and was as determined as any actor would be to wear a brown corduroy accommodate.

“I have watched Robert Redford as substantially as the up coming person, until the subsequent guy is Alan Ball. It was genuinely pleasurable to costume him and fashion him and all of that.”