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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tracy Letts will join Ira Sachs's indie film LOVE IS STRANGE from Parts & Labor, alongside Kelly Reilly, Michael Gambon and Alfred Molina. Production is slated to begin in New York City this summer.
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Gambon and Molina play Ben and George, a couple who after 28 years together, finally marry at a City Hall wedding in Manhattan. On return from their honeymoon, however, Ben gets fired from his job as a choir director for a Catholic high school. With not enough money to stay in their small apartment, the two are forced to move in, separately, with a nephew and his family in Brooklyn, and the two gay cops next door. Letts and Reilly will play the nephew and his wife, who struggle with their relationship after Ben and George move in.
A multi-generational story of love and marriage, LOVE IS STRANGE depicts the delicate nature of any two people trying to build a long life together, and the possibility of love to grow deeper, and richer, with time.
Letts is the author of August: Osage County and Superior Donuts, among other plays. The writer and actor is currently starring on Broadway in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? His screenplays include Killer Joe, Bug, and the film adaptation of August: Osage County, which will receive a fall 2013 release.
Reilly last appeared in Flight opposite Denzel Washington. Her other credits include A Single Shot and the West End's After Miss Julie, for which she was nominated for an Olivier Award in 2004.