Michael Gambon and Alfred Molina are set to star in Ira Sachs' "Love Is Strange."
The film centers on a gay couple, Ben (Gambon) and George (Molina), who have a City Hall wedding in Manhattan after 28 years together. Upon returning from their honeymoon, Ben is fired from the Catholic high school where he works as choir director, and he and George are forced to move in, separately, with various family members until they can find a way to support themselves.
Gambon is currently in Dustin Hoffman's "Quartet," while Alfred Molina can be seen in Sundance entry "Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes."
Sachs' "Keep the Lights On" premiered at last year's Sundance and is currently nominated for four Independent Spirit Awards.