Oscar nominees Annette Bening and Michelle Pfeiffer have joined the cast of Gideon Raff’s film adaptation of Alica LaPlante’s Turn of Mind.
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A New York Times bestseller, Turn of Mind is a Alica LaPlante’s debut novel. Published in 2012, the novel follows a a retired orthopedic surgeon suffering from dementia and accused of murdering her best friend.
The novel received critical acclaim, called “[a] haunting story masterfully told” by Kirkus Reviews and “[u]nforgettable” by The Guardian, the novel was launched into becoming a New York Times bestseller.
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Naturally, Gideon Raff is now the directing the adaptation.
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Now Deadline is reporting that Oscar nominees Annette Bening and Michelle Pfeiffer have been cast.
Annette Bening has been nominated for an Academy Awards four times. The first time was for playing Myra Langtry in the 1990 film The Grifters, Carolyn Burnham in 1999’s American Beauty, Julia Lambert in 2004’s Being Julia, and Dr. Nicole ‘Nic’ Allgood in 2010 The Kids Are Alright. Recent she appeared in Disney’s $1.1 billion-grossing Captain Marvel.
Michelle Pfeiffer also recent was in an MCU film, this one being Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp.
She stared as Angela de Marco in Married to the Mob in 1988, the seam year she appeared as Madame Marie de Tourvel in Dangerous Liaisons which granted her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Come the very next year she appeared as Susie Diamond The Fabulous Baker Boys which granted her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.
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Both actors are talented and even though we don’t know who they are playing yet, this looks like it could be a stellar film! Excited?
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