Finally get chance to appear together on the big screen, Hollywood couple Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn have come onboard to topline an Aramid Entertainment-financed comedic feature entitled "Ashes to Ashes" that also marks Hawn's feature directorial debut.
Flick will focus on a woman who travels through India to Kathmandu to bury her husband's ashes but loses them along the way. Handling producing matters are Michel Shane and Anthony Romano, who both previously executive produced 20th Century Fox's sci-fi actioner "I, Robot."
"Goldie and Kurt have the type of energetic chemistry that really elevates a film," Shane commented. "Goldie has a brilliant vision for the film that translates into a hybrid love story with a comedic edge only she can provide."
Production on the project is slated to start this fall taking place in New York and India with Hawn helming based on a script she herself wrote alongside "War, Inc." scribe Jeremy Pikser. Project has been a longtime passion of the actress, who has already directed a series of TV-movie features.