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James Franco, Kate Hudson and Omar Sy are Good People

Source:   Deadline
April 22, 2013


Deadline reports that Millennium Films will start production at the end of May in London on Good People, which will star James Franco, Kate Hudson and Omar Sy. The film is based on Marcus Sakey's novel, which is described as follows:

A family, and the security to enjoy it: thatís all Tom and Anna Reed ever wanted. But years of infertility treatments, including four failed attempts at in vitro fertilization, have left them with neither. The emotional and financial costs are straining their marriage and endangering their dreams.

Then one night everything changes. Offered a chance at a future they'd almost lost hope in, they seize it. One simple choice. A fairy tale ending.

But Tom and Anna soon realize that fairy tales never come cheap. Because their decision puts them square in the path of ruthless men. Men who've been double-crossed, and who wonít stop until they get revenge.

No matter where they find it.


Kelly Masterson, Paul Grellong and Christina Hodson wrote the script.


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