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Rafe Spall Learns The F Word
Megan Park also aboard

16 August 2012  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Variety

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Rafe Spall Learns The F Word

Romantic comedy The F Word already boasts the talents of Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan, Mackenzie Davis and Adam Driver in its cast. But now, as it gears up to begin filming, the cast has swelled to include Prometheus’ Rafe Spall and Charlie Bartlett’s Megan Park.

Michael Dowse is directing the movie based on Elan Mastai’s script. The plot finds Radcliffe and Kazan meeting at a party and really hitting it off. But she has a long-term boyfriend (Spall), so the pair decide to be friends. But as Harry and Sally could tell us, that’s not always the easiest thing in the world.

Dowse kicks things off this week in Toronto before moving to
Dublin.

Spall clearly survived his encounter with nasty alien creatures in Ridley Scott’s latest and has Earthbound, I Give It A Year and Life Of Pi all set for release. Park, who was last seen in Guns, Girls And Gambling, has finished work on college comedy So Undercover and is usually found on US TV drama The Secret Life Of The American Teenager. 


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