Tina Fey, John Hamm to lead Captain America: Civil War helmer John Slattery's directorial Maggie Moore(s)
Billed as a dark comedy, Maggie Moore(s) reunites Hamm with Fey after 30 Rock.
Mad Men alum Jon Hamm and Tina Fey will feature in actor John Slattery's upcoming directorial Maggie Moore(s).
The dark comedy reunites Hamm with Fey after they featured together in the popular series 30 Rock.
Penned by Paul Bernbaum, the movie takes place in a dusty desert town where nothing ever happens, as a police chief is suddenly faced with the back-to-back murders of two women with the same name.
In addition to directing the movie, Slattery will also produce the project along with Cary Woods, reported Deadline.
Vincent Newman, Ross Kohn and Nancy Leopardi will serve as executive producers.
Slattery, known for movies such as Captain America: Civil War and Spotlight, made his feature directorial debut with 2014 crime film God’s Pocket, starring John Turturro, the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christina Hendricks and Richard Jenkins.
Hamm will next feature in Tom Cruise-starrer Top Gun: Maverick, while Fey is currently gearing up to host Golden Globes on 28 February with Amy Poehler.
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