Girls’ Adam Driver has signed on to star in Saverio Costanzo’s Hungry Hearts opposite Alba Rohrwacher. Driver and Rohrwacher play a couple who meet by chance in New York City and develop the perfect love story – marriage, children – only to find their happiness in jeopardy and in a struggle for life or death. Driver can be seen in The Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis. He also stars opposite Mia Wasikowska in the upcoming film Tracks, and in Warner Bros.’ This Is Where I Leave You. Driver also recently wrapped Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young with Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts. Driver is with Gersh.
How To Make It In America‘s Bryan Greenberg will headline indie dramedy A Year And Change (formerly Dear Jen). Greenberg plays the role of Owen, who decides it’s time to make some big changes in his life after falling off a roof at a New Year’s house party. Over the next year, he quits drinking, re-enters his estranged son’s life, reignites old friendships, and falls in love with Vera (Claire van der Boom), a bank teller and fellow divorcee – all in an attempt to replace family members he’d lost prematurely. TR Knight, Marshall Allman, Jamie Hector, Kat Foster and Jamie Chung round out the cast. Filming begins later this year in Rockville, MD. R. Stephen Seuttinger will direct in his feature debut. Suettinger also co-wrote the script with Jim Beggarly. Suettinger’s Pebble Hill Films is producing with Emily Ting’s Unbound Feet Productions. Greenberg is with Gersh and Ellen Meyer Management; Van der Boom at Paradigm and 3 Arts; Knight at Gersh and Thruline Entertainment; Allman at Gersh and 3 Arts; Hector at TCA Jed Root and Roberson Artist Management; Foster at Paradigm and Authentic; and Chung at Gersh and 3 Arts.