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The former co-host of Today's fourth hour and comedian star together in a romantic comedy set in Scotland. Craig Ferguson makes for a swoon-worthy leading man on the silver screen. The former co-host of the fourth hour of Today plays a widow who sets out to visit the countries where some of the films she and her late husband enjoyed together are set. When she gets to Scotland, she meets a stubborn innkeeper, played by Ferguson, 57, who sets her journey on a whole new course. An old-fashioned movie star. Every woman who leaves the theater after watching Craig Ferguson in Then Came You will want to jump her husband … including Mrs.
By Amanda N'Duka. Adriana Trigiani is on board to direct the pic, which is being produced by Matthew T. When she arrives at the Inn in Loch Lomond, run by a curmudgeonly Scotsman Ferguson , the first stop on the journey changes her life forever, as a family secret is revealed, one wedding is derailed, another is planned, and two unlikely people get a second chance at love. The film will feature original music composed by Grammy-winning producer Brett James with lyrics written by Gifford. Gifford is best known as the Emmy winning co-host for the fourth hour of Today and her year run as the co-host of Live!
Gifford also wrote the screenplay, as well as contributed lyrics for songs alongside Grammy-winning country songwriter-composer Brett James. Adriana Trigiani is set to direct, with production beginning in June in Scotland. The film centers on Annabelle Gifford , a widow who plans a trip around the world with her husband's ashes. Her first stop is Loch Lomond, where she meets a gruff innkeeper played by former Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson who changes the course of her journey. Gifford made her Broadway debut as a performer in the production of Putting It Together , stepping in for Carol Burnett at select performances.
The music was just the start
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