Lauren Graham and Aisling Franciosi Join the Cast of Twinless

The upcoming movie Twinless, produced by Three Point Capital and David Permut Productions, has added two new stars to its cast. Lauren Graham, well-known for her role in Gilmore Girls, and Aisling Franciosi, known for her work in The Nightingale, will be joining previously announced cast members Dylan O’Brien and James Sweeney.

The movie follows two young men who meet in a twin bereavement support group and form an unexpected bromance. James Sweeney is not only starring in the film but also writing and directing it, bringing a unique perspective to the project. Dylan O’Brien and Miky Lee are serving as executive producers, with Alex Astrachan from Permut Presentations as co-producer. Republic Pictures holds the worldwide rights to the film.

Lauren Graham has an impressive resume, having appeared in a variety of films and television shows. In addition to her iconic role as Lorelai Gilmore in Gilmore Girls, she has starred in movies such as Flash of Genius, The Answer Man, Evan Almighty, and Because I Said So. Graham has also showcased her talent on stage, starring as Miss Adelaide in the 2009 Broadway revival of Guys & Dolls.

Aisling Franciosi rose to fame with her role in The Nightingale, which received critical acclaim and won the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival in 2019. She has since been seen in God’s Creatures, The Unforgivable, Black Narcissus, I Know This Much Is True, The Fall, and Game of Thrones. Franciosi is represented by WME, United Agents, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, and Barry Littman.

The addition of Lauren Graham and Aisling Franciosi to the cast of Twinless brings a new level of talent and diversity to the project. With James Sweeney at the helm, and Dylan O’Brien and Miky Lee as executive producers, the movie is sure to be a success. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting new film.

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