Renee Zellweger to star in golf comedy The Back Nine
Produced by Amy Baer's Landline Picture, the film will be directed by Michael Patrick King
Actor Renee Zellweger is all set to star in the upcoming golf comedy The Back Nine.
According to THR, Zellweger will play a former golfer who set her clubs aside to make way for her husband's professional career and to raise her son, only to decide to turn pro during the "back nine" of her life after her marriage goes into free fall
Produced by Amy Baer's Landline Picture, the film will be directed by Michael Patrick King. King, best known for his TV drama 2 Broke Girls, will direct the film based on a script he wrote with Jhoni Marchinko and Krista Smith.
Zellweger, who most recently portrayed Hollywood icon Judy Garland in the biopic Judy, is best known for her roles in Jerry Maguire, One True Thing, Nurse Betty, Chicago, Cold Mountain and the Bridget Jones trilogy.