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Kylie Rogers on board Landscape With Invisible Hand adaptation

The adaptation will be helmed by Cory Finley

Published: 21st September 2021

Actor Kylie Rogers, best known for her roles in Collateral Beauty and Skin, is the latest addition to the cast of the feature film adaptation of Landscape With Invisible Hand, currently being developed by MGM, Plan B Entertainment, and Annapurna Pictures. The project has, so far, announced Tiffany Haddish and Asante Blackk as the primary cast members.

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According to Deadline, Filmmaker Cory Finley, who directed the well-received Hugh Jackman-starrer Bad Education last year, will be helming the project. Finley will also be adapting MT Anderson's National Book Award-winning novel to the screen. Further details related to the cast and crew are currently under wraps.

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Megan Ellison and Sue Naegle will be producing the film through Annapurna Pictures, with filming set to commence in early 2022. On the other hand, Rogers will also be seen in Ari Aster’s Disappointment Blvd, starring Joaquin Phoenix, and the Disney+ original, Cheaper by the Dozen.

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