Sunday, January 18, 2009

Will J.Lo's made-in-Boston flick move forward?

If the latest imdb casting update is any indication, Jennifer Lopez's made-in-Boston flick "The Governess" is slowly moving forward.

Three cast members slotted to play the rich offspring of a wealthy widower of the Webber family have been announced including Tessa Allen as Mandy, Becca Gardner as Addison and Tyler Posey as Preston.

Posey, an up-and-coming actor featured on "Brothers & Sisters" and "Smallville," played Lopez's 10-year-old son in "Maid In Manhattan."

As previously reported in Loaded Gun, Nigel Cole's "The Governess" with Lopez, initially scheduled to be shot in Boston this past September, has been moved to the first quarter of '09 with an anticipated release in December.

In "The Governess," Lopez plays a thief who poses as a wealthy widower’s nanny who must come clean when she starts to fall for the man she initially planned to rob.

There was some movie industry buzz regarding the fate of this made-in-Boston flick after the film's financial backers, Yari Film Group, was forced to put the releasing arm of its movie business into Chapter 11 reorganization.

Click here for the latest on "The Governess."

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