Bridget Moynahan is set to join Tim Robbins in Henry Bean's black comedy "Noise," reports Production Weekly
Bridget Moynahan has been set to team up with Tim Robbins to make "Noise". Not in the real meaning, but the twosome is about to star in the upcoming Henry Bean's direction which more or less concerns noise just like the title of the film.
Of comedy genre, "Noise" centers on a man who is being driven crazy by the noise in New York City. When the accumulated noise of New York City begins to grate on his nerves until he can't stand it anymore, urbanite David Owen (Robbins) doesn't move out to Connecticut - instead he renames himself "The Rectifier" and becomes a vigilante, making war on car alarms that go off in the middle of the night.
However, The Rectifier soon learns there's a reason that Batman is a rich guy without a family - the social stigma of being a Crusader soon destroys David's home life and his job, earns him the murderous enmity of the Mayor of New York, and David's closest friends, even his daughter, begin to suspect that loud beeping noises have drilled a great gaping hole in David's sanity.
Filming is slated to begin at the end of next month in New York.