Mark Palansky (Penelope) has set his sights on some humorous leads for his latest project, Rememory. Re-teaming with writer Mike Vukadinovich, the pair have nabbed Peter Dinklage and Catherine O’Hara to star in their drama. [Deadline]
The film “revolves around a brilliant professor who mysteriously dies on the eve of releasing his life-changing invention. His wife, Carolyn (O’Hara), discovers the device, which records and plays memories. With an unlikely friend (Dinklage), she uses the invention to get to the bottom of the mystery.” Both Dinklage and O’Hara collaborated with Palansky for the aforementioned Penelope, though these are certainly bigger roles than their last time out.
Palmer Productions’ Trevor Waterson is behind the project, which will begin production this May in Toronto. The creative duo are currently developing Pete and Goat, which will star Amanda Seyfried and Anton Yelchin, as well as Cyborg, a semi-remake of Park Chan-wook‘s I’m a Cyborg, But That’s Okay. O’Hara will be seen next in Stu Zicherman‘s A.C.O.D., and Dinklage has returned to his role on the HBO hit Game of Thrones, which kickstarts its second season this Sunday.
What do you think of Rememory thus far?
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