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Danny Glover Co-starring In Interracial Romance Flick "Chasing Shakespeare"

by Cynthia Reid
September 29, 2011 8:22 AM
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Here's a bit of casting news on one of the busiest actor's around. Danny Glover is set to co-star in the upcoming interracial romantic drama Chasing Shakespeare. The indie film, which is being directed by Norry Niven, will be filmed in Texas.

According to THR, "the film is a love story between a young African-American man and a Native American girl with a passion for Shakespeare."

No word yet on casting for the lead characters but Ashley Bell (The Last Exorcism) will co-star as a fellow actress who meets the girl at an audition for Hamlet and becomes her friend and roommate.

The script was written by James Bird while Niven and Loren Basulto are producing.

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  • norry niven | February 17, 2013 10:34 PMReply

    Wrong! This is a romantic drama based in native american folklore. It is a beautiful, sweet, dreamlike movie. Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy! You will LOVE IT!

  • World Film Federation | December 8, 2011 9:05 PMReply

    Please send entertainment info for us to review and repost with your permission.

  • Linda | November 14, 2011 9:16 PMReply

    Who plays the part of Venus's lil brother Uni?

  • Cynthia | November 3, 2011 4:41 AMReply

    @Linda - As soon as we know we'll update you! :-)

  • Linda Patrick | November 3, 2011 4:28 AMReply

    When will all the cast be named for Chasing Shakespeare? Will any previews be posted?

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