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And possibly he’ll assist a biographer writing up his own career – it will be interesting to see how frank Langella is prepared to be about himself.
The tittle-tattle about his adversarial relationship with his Frost/Nixon co-star Michael Sheen is legion.
Shooting is scheduled to begin August 22 in New Jersey. The film is produced by Ashley Hillis and executive-produced by Roma and Reilly.
Doug Haley and Shannon Makhanian are the casting directors.
Langella listens to Grandage’s memories as I read them back to him. “It was not said ever.” I ask what was not said but he veers on to the rumour about how he asked to be called Mr President on set.
Right.’” Le Gros co-stars as Erbe’s love interest, Najimy as her neighbor, and Iacono plays Reilly’s potential boyfriend.Written and directed by Mike Roma, the cast also features Kathy Najimy (Veep), James Le Gros (Girls) and Paul Iacono (The Hard Times of RJ Berger).Dating My Mother, according to production notes, “explores the intimate and sometimes tumultuous relationship between a single mother (Erbe) and her gay son (Reilly).(In Dropped Names he describes Richard Burton as “a crashing bore” so perhaps he just doesn’t like sons of Port Talbot.) One of the tamer stories alleges that Langella suggested Frost/Nixon be renamed Nixon/Frost for the Broadway run.In a recent interview, the play’s director Michael Grandage reflected on “the worst time I’ve had in a rehearsal room”.
“I will confess to being somewhat flattered,” he allows, “at being the first American ever in the history of that theatre, and I think almost in the British theatre, to head up a company playing King Lear. And Jonathan Church is a good and (for an artistic director) relatively honest person. Things happen and I decide OK I suppose it’s time.” King Lear only spoke to him when he read it last year. But now I think, oh dear, how many toothless women are there around who might be interested? “He decides to strip himself naked and expose himself to feel what wretches feel. The tragedy is of course he finds it too late.” Langella did something similar last year when he published a quirky memoir called Dropped Names, featuring pen portraits of the rich and famous he has known.