Katie Holmes opens up on her new film, The Secret: Dare to Dream
Directed by veteran Andy Tennant, the film revolves around the story of a hardworking young widow (Holmes), who is struggling to raise three children on her own
Hollywood actor Katie Holmes has spoken of what attracted her to the script of her upcoming romantic drama, The Secret: Dare To Dream.
Directed by veteran Andy Tennant, the film revolves around the story of a hardworking young widow (Holmes), who is struggling to raise three children on her own, and how her life changes when she meets Bray Johnson (Josh Lucas). The film based on Rhonda Byrne's 2006 self-help book, The Secret.
"This project felt like such a great opportunity because the book means so much to so many people. I think that Andy crafted a beautiful story that fulfils the themes of the book, but the characters are also very much alive on their own," Holmes said.
The cast also features Celia Weston and Jerry O'Connell.
Connell shared how he reacted when he got the offer to be a part of the project. "When I first heard that they were doing a Secret movie, I was like, I read that book! I practice those principles! And so then I actually 'secreted' getting the role in this movie… and BOOM, here I am. It works," he said.
The film will be released in India on November 27.