Friday, 20 November 2015

Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore set for indie drama Blind

It has been 19 years since Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore shared the screen together as leads in a drama – you have to go back to The Juror (1996) for that. Now news arrives via Deadline that they are set to reunite for Blind, which Michael Mailer (Blood And Bone) is preparing to direct.





Dylan McDermott (The Perks Of Being A Wallflower) is also aboard for the film, which finds Baldwin as a novelist who was blinded in a car crash that also killed his wife. A few years later after recovering some of his lust for life, he embarks on an affair with Moore, the wife of a businessman (McDermott) who is being being investigated for financial dodgy dealing. We are fairly confident that this won't have a happy ending for all involved.

Mailer is looking to shoot in New York, though Deadline's report doesn't mention a schedule. Baldwin, last seen in Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, has a role in Warren Beatty's (Bulworth) new, untitled film, but will likely show up next on our screens in American Football head trauma drama Concussion, which is out on 29 January next year. Moore, meanwhile, is part of Western drama Forsaken, while McDermott has TV movie Red Flag on his upcoming schedule.

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