Evelyn Giovine and Brandon Michael Hall roles in the upcoming “Audrey’s Children” are yet to be officially confirmed as their roles are currently in negotiations.
Giovine is an American stage and screen actress and has acted in plenty of independent films and TV shows.
Brandon is an American actor perhaps best known for starring as the main role in the ABC sitcom “The Mayor” (2017) and the CBS dramedy “God Friended Me” (2018–2020). The actor also featured as a series regular on the dark comedy” Search Party” (2016–2022).
According to Deadline, the lead role in “Audrey’s Children” will portray by Natalie Dormer (Game of Thrones) as Evans.
Dormer in her role as Evans started:
“I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to play someone as monumental and impactful as Dr. Audrey Evans. This film brings to light a woman who has spent her entire career ferociously dedicated to saving the lives of children and supporting families who have gone through unimaginable challenges. Audrey has done so with great heart and modesty. I’m honored to be playing her, and to be a part of this inspiring project.”
The film is all set to be directed by Ami Canaan Mann (”Texas Killing Fields”) for Amasia Entertainment (”Wild Mountain Thyme”) and Resonate Entertainment (”Sitting in Bars with Cake”).
“Audrey’s Children” follows the tale of Dr. Audrey Evans, the legendary pediatric oncologist widely recognized as the co-founder of Ronald McDonald House Charities. It is one of the world-famous organizations that furnish accommodation and aid to millions of families in about 62 nations around the globe. A rebel with a motivation, Evans appeared in action in 1970 at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, uncovering innovative remedy procedures for pediatric cancer. The doctor then put her own profession on the line, in a proposal to distribute her new procedures to serious patients, and to furnish housing for families from out of town searching for medical attention, pushing to extreme heights to save her children.
The script was jotted down by Julia Fisher Farbman (”Modern Hero”) which was based on many years of investigation and discussions with Evans, who is currently 97 years of age and supports the movie.
Farbman will also serve as a producer along with Bradley Gallo and Michael Helfant on behalf of Amasia Entertainment. The film will be executive produced by Brent Emery (”The Stanford Prison Experiment”), Suzanne Farwell (”The Intern”), and Susan Cartsonis (”What Women Want”) on behalf of Resonate Entertainment, along with Clément Bauer (”Feel the Beat”) who will serve as co-producer.
Production for the film kicked off this August and is scheduled to be released in 2023.