Bobby Cannavale, Stockard Channing, and More Join Frank Langella in Lapham Rising Film

Film & TV News   Bobby Cannavale, Stockard Channing, and More Join Frank Langella in Lapham Rising Film
 
Roger Rosenblatt’s best-selling novel is being adapted into a film, with production starting this summer.
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Bobby Cannavale Marc J. Franklin

Emmy winner and Tony nominee Bobby Cannavale (The Lifespan of a Fact, Boardwalk Empire) and Tony winner Stockard Channing (The Good Wife, It's Only a Play) are joining the previously announced Frank Langella in Lapham Rising, according to Deadline.

The upcoming film adaptation of Roger Rosenblatt’s novel of the same name features a script by the author and direction by Charlie Kessler.

Catherine Parker (The Haunting of Hill House) will also reportedly be a part of the cast.

Four-time Tony winner Langella will star as Harry March, a retired writer living in the Hamptons. March’s peaceful existence with his talking dog Hector begins to unravel when a millionaire decides to build a mansion just across from him.

Read: WHY STOCKARD CHANNING RETURNED TO THE NEW YORK STAGE IN APOLOGIA

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