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Rachel McAdams To Swoon For Franco In Everything Will Be Fine

Rachel McAdams, the actress last seen opposite Ben Affleck in To The Wonder and about to be seen in Richard Curtis’ About Time, has joined the cast of Wim Wenders’ Everything Will Be Fine opposite James Franco.  Written by Bjorn-Olaf Johannessen Everything Will Be Fine sees Franco as a writer who accidentally causes the death of Charlotte Gainsbourg’s child.  He spends the next twelve years trying to understand the effect the accident had on all their lives.  McAdams as signed on to star as Franco’s girlfriend.  Before that McAdams will next be seen opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman in Anton Corbijn’s John le Carré adaptation A Most Wanted Man.  Source – The Hollywood Reporter


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