Woody Allen's next film hasn't even hit the screens yet, but the hard-workin' New Yorker is already casting his next. The latest actor to join Allen's ensemble is Michael Emerson, whom you might remember as Linus from the epic TV show "Lost" or even the more recent "Person of Interest."
Allen's next film is still untitled, but some details have emerged. He'll be returning Stateside for filming after sojourns to Italy in "To Rome with Love," France in "Midnight in Paris" and Spain in "Vicky Cristina Barcelona." It was previously reported that Copenhagen was on his radar for his post-"Rome" project, but luckily he'll be returning to his old stomping grounds in to NYC and San Fran for this one.
The fantastic Sally Hawkins ("Submarine," "Made in Dagenham," "Happy-Go-Lucky") is in talks to play one of the female leads, "a neurotic who's more fun and rough around the edges." It's not written in stone, but other cast members could include Cate Blanchett as the other female lead, Bradley Cooper, Alec Baldwin and Bobby Cannavale.
Get your dose of summery dose of Woody at the end of June with "To Rome with Love." It opens on June 22nd.