‘She Came to Me’ Adds Anne Hathway, Marisa Tomei, Matthew Broderick & More To Cast

In the film industry, most projects move along relatively quickly and audiences don’t usually have to wait too long to get to see any given movie they’re excited to see. However, there are exceptions to the rule where certain films get stuck in development for many years, and Rebecca Miller‘s She Came to Me is certainly one of those projects.

Initially announced all the way back in 2017, the film hasn’t had many updates since then causing some film fans to ponder on the project’s status. Luckily, today’s casting announcements for the film further ensure that it will see the light of day after all.

Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables, The Devil Wears Prada), Marisa Tomei (My Cousin Vinny, The Wrestler), Matthew Broderick (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Manchester by the Sea), and Tahar Rahim (The Mauritanian, The Serpent) are among the names to have all been officially confirmed in the Rebecca Miller-directed movie.

Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler from Killer Films will serve as producers alongside Miller and Damon Cardasis from Round Films. Principal photography on the film is scheduled to commence in New York City this Fall. Oscar-winning composer Alexandre Desplat (The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Shape of Water) is set to compose the score and Kim Jennings (Joker, The Producers) will serve as a production designer.

Below is the official plot synopsis, via The Hollywood Reporter:

“A composer suffering from writer’s block rediscovers his passion after an adventurous one-night stand, a couple of gifted teenagers fight to prove to the parents that their young love is something that can last forever, and for the woman who seemingly has it all — love arrives in the most unexpected places.”

For more updates regarding the upcoming film in the future, such as a release date and an official trailer, stay tuned to Awards Radar.


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Written by Caillou Pettis

Caillou Pettis is a professional film critic and has been writing about film for several years across various different publications. Ever since the age of nine, film and the art of filmmaking have been his number one passion. When hes

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