2012/01/21

Famous actors for the adaptation of "The Normal Heart"

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-BmiZsnsMTf4/Td_SBJjXVjI/AAAAAAAAAm4/uNfOnGGZSPc/s1600/normal-heart.jpgThe film adaptation of the play of the same name, "The Normal Heart", is completing most of his cast with the additions of actors Alec Baldwin, Julia Roberts, Matt Bomer and Jim Parsons.

Brad Pitt's production company, Plan B Entertainment, which is what produces the drama written by Larry Kramer is finalizing the last details of what will be the cinematographic work.
 
Until now nothing was confirmed the participation of Mark Ruffalo in the title role. The actor will play the character of Ned Weeks, the American founder of a group of AIDS in the 80's.
 
With the new additions of actors, Alec Baldwin is the brother of Ned Weeks while Julia Roberts will play Dr. Brookner, the physician became aware of the importance of the AIDS virus and what would be an epidemic.
 
Along with the two actors Matt Bomer also be the series "White Collar". This will make the journalist boyfriend Weeks. There will also be attended by Jim Parsons who plays the character Sheldon Cooper in the television series "The Big Bang Theory", which retrieves the role he played in the Broadway version of the work as a gay activist. 
 
http://www.elseptimoarte.net/imagenes/noticias/23834.jpgThe film adaptation, slated to be for 2014, comes from the hand of Ryan Murphy's two hit shows such as "Glee" and "American Horror Story." Murphy is in turn an activist for gay rights. Along with Murphy, Brad Pitt has also been involved in this project as executive producer.
 
For those who have not seen the play or does not know what's going on, the film chronicles the battle and the disagreement of a group of activists from New York who refused to leave the great powers, the doctors, the media or politics, bury the reality about the growing epidemic of HIV.
 
Focused on HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City between 1981 and 1984, all through the eyes of Jewish-American gay activist Ned Weeks.
 
Although we have to wait until 2014 to see the movie, it seems that we will be able to enjoy a very great film about a subject that is on everyone's lips is for good or for bad, increasingly taboo the whole society.   

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