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Will The Governess Ever Be Made?

2/06/2009 12:01:00 AM
A recent comment left here and a blurb from this week's Globe has me wondering if The Governess is ever going to be filmed. Looks like the production group - Yari Film Group is having some issues. First the comment:

I just checked IMDB. The page for the movie now says "In Development" and has no other info. It is not listed on Lopez's page. Delayed? Canceled? Maybe Lopez pulled out and they are looing for a replacement?

And now the Globe blurb:

No wonder Yari Film Group is in trouble. Last week, we sent the company an e-mail asking if its made-in-Massachusetts movie "The Maiden Heist" will ever see the light of day. This was the reply from Yari's Emily Lambert: "I don't anticipate any screenings of 'The Maiden Heist' in the near future." Hmm. That might come as a surprise to the Worcester Art Museum, which has announced it's hosting the world premiere of the picture March 7, and director Peter Hewitt, producer Rob Paris, writer Michael LeSieur, and actors Christopher Walken and William H. Macy are all expected to attend. Why Worcester? The movie, about three museum security guards upset about the new curator's decision to change the museum's collection, was shot at the Worcester Art Museum. In December, the distribution division of Yari Film Group, which also produced Brian Goodman's flick "What Doesn't Kill You," filed for bankruptcy.

I was looking forward to another movie being filmed here soon. I guess we'll have to wait for for Martin Scorsese to come back with that new John Martorano movie (here).

Click (here) for the Globe blurb.

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1 Response to "Will The Governess Ever Be Made?"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Check out the Fighter starring Mark Wahlberg in production on IMDB

    Posted on 2/7/09, 7:54 PM


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