It has been disclosed by Deadline that Academy Award-winning actress, Allison Janney, has taken on to join the cast of New Regency’s forthcoming science-fiction movie, “True Love”.
Though very few details are known with regard to the movie that will be created and directed by Gareth Edwards, we do have information that the movie will happen in a time not too far from our own. We can also assume that since it is arriving from the director of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” it is compelled to include certain well-timed humour combined with a dramatic and action-thriller story line.
Who will be joining the cast of “True Love” besides Janney?
As announced earlier, in order to fill out the star-spangled ensemble starring beside Janney are cast members John David Washington (Malcolm & Marie), Gemma Chan (Crazy Rich Asians, Eternals), Danny McBride (The Righteous Gemstones), and Benedict Wong (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings).
The then Vice President of Development for Lucasfilm Ltd., Kiri Hart, will team up with Edwards as a producer with New Regency producing and funding the movie.
Janney has had a lengthy and notable career in movie, television, as well as in theater. The actress got her big break in the NBC series, The West Wing, and even got 4 Primetime Emmy Awards for her character of C.J. Cregg in the fictional political show. And since then, Janney has managed to gather multiple more Emmy awards and nominations for her amazing portrayal in Showtime’s Masters of S*x and CBS’ sitcom, Mom.
Janney has played countless genres and also won awards for her amazing performances
Her long list of film acclaims has characters in 10 Things I Hate About You, American Beauty, Drop Dead Gorgeous, The Hours, Juno, Hairspray, The Help, Bombshell, The Girl on the Train, and many more, along with the film she won an Academy Award for, I, Tonya. Over the animated part of things, the actress has acclaims in films that includes Finding Nemo, Minions, Over the Hedge, and The Addams Family as well.
The famous actress had stepped down from her acting career so that she could perform beneath the lights of Broadway for the first time back in 1989 in the Off-Broadway production of Ladies.
She had her true Broadway debut in 1996’s renewal of Present Laughter followed by performing in a revival of A View from the Bridge for which she won two Drama Desk Awards and gained two Tony Award nominations. She would take time off from Broadway just to return in 2009 to bloom and get another Tony nomination for her performance in 9 to 5.
With her enormous background including numerous genres, she is somehow giving an assurance to be an apt choice for Edwards’ latest production, “True Love”.