The drama thriller film starring Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling has been picked up by 'Derailed' distributor, The Weinstein Company.
The love story turned murder mystery film "All Good Things" featuring actress Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling has become another Weinstein brothers feature film project. According to Variety, the drama thriller film will be distributed by The Weinstein Company as the production house have settled a deal on the film's North American rights.
It is further explained that the foreign sales of the film will be tackled by Weinstein International. The closing of the deal allegedly came soon after a list of ensemble cast has been revealed. Commenting on the acquiring of the film's distribution rights, Michael London of Groundswell Prods. said, "Andrew's a very ambitious guy with a huge future, and I think Harvey (Weinstein) sees that and wants to be a partner in that."
Coming from the first time director Andrew Jarecki, "Good Things" is set in the 1980s and follows the story of a New York real estate dynasty's young heiress whose lover mysteriously disappears. When a detective investigating the disappearance came close to the truth, people involved end up dead. The film that is said to be budgeted at about $20 million will start its production sometime in April 2008 in New York and Connecticut.