Indie Relationship Dramedy ‘Fourever’ Finds Its Four Leads

Falling Up Films

EXCLUSIVE: Tammy Blanchard, Dominic Fumusa, Bryan Greenberg and Emanuela Galliussi are set to star in Fourever, an indie dramedy to be directed by Dean Ronalds. Ronalds and Galliussi are producing, and they co-wrote the film with Francesco Plazza. Production is set to start this month in New York City.

The pic revolves around friendship, love, secrets and lies between two couples in one New York apartment that will disrupt their lives forever. Falling Up Films is producing.

The Rome-born Galliussi’s credits include The Goodbye Kiss, Placebo and Going Bongo, which Ronalds directed. She recently played Queen Maria in James McTeigue’s Caserta Palace Dream starring Richard Dreyfuss. Ronalds is a film and TV director whose recent credits include OWN’s Tyler Perry series Meet the Browns.

Blanchard’s credits include Blue Jasmine and Into the Woods and most recently the Sundance pic Tallulah. Fumusa was a regular on Showtime’s Nurse Jackie and most recently co-starred in Michael Bay’s 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. Greenberg, best known as the lead in HBO’s How To Make It in America, was just in HBO’s Bessie movie. All are repped by Gersh. Blanchard is also repped by  Soffer/Namoff Entertainment, Greenberg  by Ellen Meyer Management and Fumusa by Industry Entertainment.

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