The two Hollywood stars beforehand collaborated for 2012 film ‘Argo,’ which had gained three Oscars
Actor-filmmakers Ben Affleck and George Clooney are set to reunite for the characteristic movie adaptation of J R Moehringer’s “The Tender Bar: A Memoir” at Amazon Studios.
The two Hollywood stars beforehand collaborated for 2012 film “Argo”, which had gained three Oscars, together with finest image, on the 2013 Academy Awards.
According to Deadline, Affleck will lead the brand new film, which shall be directed by Clooney.
Published in 2005, Moehringer’s novel has been described as a “coming-of-age” story. It centres on the writer, who as a younger boy is in search of a substitute for his father, a New York City disc jockey who had vanished earlier than his son spoke his first phrase.
When he can’t discover his father’s voice on the radio anymore, the boy turns in desperation to the bar on the nook, the place he finds friendship from his Uncle Charlie and different adults, who take him to the seaside, to ballgames, and finally into their circle.
Clooney, 59, will even produce the film alongside along with his producing accomplice Grant Heslov via their Smokehouse Pictures banner.
He will direct the film from a script by Oscar-winning scribe William Monahan.
The actor-filmmaker, whose directorial credit embrace films akin to “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”, “Leatherheads”, “Ides of March” and “Suburbicon”, most not too long ago helmed Netflix’s sci-fi thriller “The Midnight Sky“.
Affleck, 48, most recently starred in the sports drama “The Way Back”. He has been in manufacturing on the New Regency thriller “Deep Water” and Ridley Scott’s drama “The Last Duel“.
He is also on board to write and direct an upcoming adaptation of The Big Goodbye: Chinatown and the Last Years of Hollywood”.