Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 28 April 2015

Wilde takes a trip to Meadowland

Olivia Wilde is to star in psychological drama Meadowland.

The Rush actress has signed up for the film with Luke Wilson as her screen husband, reported Deadline.

Meadowland, which marks the directorial debut of DP Reed Morano, sees Olivia's character befriend a neglected boy after her son disappears.

Elisabeth Moss and Natasha Lyonne will also have roles in the film, which has been written by Chris Rossi.

Shooting is expected to begin in New York in August.

It is the first post-pregnancy role for Olivia, who gave birth to son Otis Alexander on April 20.

The 30-year-old, last seen in Spike Jonze's Her, will next be seen in comedy-dramas Better Living Through Chemistry alongside Sam Rockwell and Michelle Monaghan , and The Longest Week with Jason Bateman and Billy Crudup.

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