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Lucy Hale Set to star in ‘Good Life’ for Director Bonnie Rodini

Lucy Hale Set to star in ‘Good Life’ for Director Bonnie Rodini

Lucy Hale appeared in Cannes during the film festival last week, living the good life but also helping launch Good Life, a new feature film project from Angel Oak Films.

The $10 million production will be steered by filmmaker Bonnie Rodini, who directed the 2021 South African film of the same name. The adaptation is described as a coming-of-age tale set against the idyllic Italian countryside. It casts Hale as Olive, a young woman grappling with her family’s complex history. Production is set to begin in Italy in September, uniting Pascal Borno and Alain Gillissen of Angel Oak Films with Silvio Muraglia of Paradox Studios.

Hale is coming off a busy 2023 that saw the releases of Which Brings Me to You, Puppy Love and Inside Man. She is best known for roles in the TV series Pretty Little Liars and the Blumhouse and Universal horror entry Truth or Dare

The Good Life captured my heart and I am thrilled to be telling this story of a woman searching for more meaning and purpose in her life. I can’t wait to bring this to life with Bonnie Rodini and the incredible team in Italy later this year,” Hale said in a statement.

Added Borno: “Lucy was always our first choice for the role of Olive. Her immediate connection to the character and her enthusiasm for the project were palpable. We are delighted to collaborate with such an dynamic and talented actress.”

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Angel Oak Films’ executives were in Cannes to launch Good Life and the rest of the company’s upcoming productions while Hale made time to attend the Red Sea International Film Festival’s Women in Cinema gala in partnership with Vanity Fair Europe at Hotel Du Cap on Saturday night.

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