Glenn Close and Mila Kunis Tapped to Star in Drug Drama 'Four Good Days'
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Hailing from Rodrigo Garcia, who worked with Close in 'Albert Nobbs', the movie is based on an article the journalist wrote for the Washington Post and set to begin in September.

AceShowbiz - Glenn Close and Mila Kunis are set to star in the latest onscreen parent and child drug drama after signing on for Rodrigo Garcia's "Four Good Days".

The project, in which Close will play a worried mum helping her estranged daughter as she recovers from substance abuse, is the latest A-list film up for grabs at the Cannes Film Festival as producers look for distribution partners.

Garcia, who directed Close in "Albert Nobbs", also co-wrote the screenplay with 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner Eli Saslow. The story is based on an article the journalist wrote for the Washington Post.

Filming is set to begin in September in Los Angeles.

"Four Good Days" will follow recent parent/child drug dramas like Steve Carell and Timothee Chalamet's "Beautiful Boy (2018)" and Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges' "Ben Is Back".

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