OFFICIAL: Taylor Schilling to star in ‘Fam-I-Ly’

We’ve posted this before, but now it’s official: Taylor Schilling is going to be busy this year 

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From THR

The script centers on the relationship between an emotionally stunted aunt and her 13-year-old niece.

Taylor Schilling has closed a deal to star in the indie Fam-i-ly, the directorial debut of writer Laura Steinel, perhaps best known for her work on Amazon comedy Red Oaks.

Sue Naegle and Jeremy Garelick are producing.

The script, which was written by Steinel, centers on the relationship between an emotionally stunted aunt (Schilling) and her 13-year-old niece, who wants nothing more than to run away from home and become a juggalo. A juggalo is a term used for extreme fans of a subset of hip-hop who have developed their own social group and lingo. (Yes, it’s a real thing.)

Schilling is the lauded star of Netflix’s drama Orange Is the New Black, which wraps production on its fifth season this week. She will shoot The Public, a much anticipated ensemble drama to be directed by Emilio Estevez, this winter before starting Fam-i-ly. The actress also has a couple of movies in the can: sci-fi pic The Titan, which also stars Sam Worthington, and Take Me.

Schilling is repped by Gersh and 3 Arts.

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More info about Taylor Schilling’s movie ‘The Philosophy of Phil’

More info about Taylor Schilling’s movie ‘The Philosophy of Phil’

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From Film Music Reporter

Rolfe Kent has composed the music for the upcoming comedy The Philosophy of Phil. The film marks the directorial debut of actor Greg Kinnear who also stars in the movie alongside Emily Mortimer, Jay Duplass, Robert Forster, Taylor Schilling, Bradley Whitford and Luke Wilson. The movie follows a dentist who tries to take control of his life after a patient commits suicide. Stephen Mazur (Liar Liar, Heartbreakers) has written the screenplay. Aaron L Gilbert (The Birth of a Nation, A Single Shot) is producing the Bron Studios and Imperative Entertainment production with Sandy Stern (Being John Malkovich, Saved!) and Bradley Thomas (There’s Something About Mary, Me, Myself and Irene). The Philosophy of Phil is expected to premiere later this year.

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