Dolly Wells plays the manipulative filmmaker who is out to prove that marriage for life is outmoded and should be a seven-year contract with an option to renew.Bell, the daughter of a Jewish father and a Protestant mother, had a jaded view of matrimony before she met tattoo artist Scott Campbell on the set of How to Make it in America.
When they're not making out with each other at work, the actors and actresses who play your fave Liars all have exciting love lives in the real world, outside of Rosewood.Here's what's going on with each of them: that Lucy and her musician boyfriend Anthony Kalabretta have split. If I'm not doing anything, I get really antsy and bored. I think as long as I have a creative outlet, I'm happy.The actor, who is the son of Jewish musician Michael Wolff and actress-filmmaker Polly Draper, who is not Jewish, has his first animated film role in Leap! He voices a character named Victor who runs away from an orphanage with his friend Félicie (Fanning) to go to Paris and pursue their respective dreams of becoming an inventor and a ballet dancer.
Wolff’s other release is the Netflix live action fantasy-horror feature Death Note, in which he plays a student who becomes a criminal-hunting vigilante when he finds a mystical notebook that kills anyone whose name he writes in it.
It’s about three Florida couples at different matrimonial stages that agree to take part in a documentary about their relationships.
Bell and Ed Helms play Alice and Noah, who begin to battle boredom after ten years of togetherness; Amber Heard, who plays Alice’s sister, is in an open marriage, but the construct may no longer be working; and Mary Steenburgen and Paul Reiser portray an older couple facing an empty-nester future.
A cat-and-mouse game ensues when he’s tracked by a reclusive police officer. Niija Kuykendall and Nik Mavinkurve are overseeing the film for the studio. Wolff, who can currently be seen in “The Intern,” was also in the mix for the reboot of “Spider-Man” at Marvel and Sony, but sources reveal that he was considered too old for the role.
Jeremy Slater (“Fantastic Four”) wrote the more recent draft of the script. He also recently starred opposite Lily Tomlin in Sony Picture Classics’ “Grandma.” He is repped by CAA and Untitled Entertainment.
They no longer follow each other on social media and have deleted several of their photos together.