Bestselling Irish novel Four Letters Of Love is heading for the big screen, and the first casting details have been confirmed.
Four Letters Of Love, Irish author Niall Williams’ debut novel that was published back in 1997, is heading for the big screen.
Described as a “lyrical and deeply romantic Irish story”, the plot concerns Nicholas Coughlan and Isabel Gore, two people destined to be together – if only they would meet, as their story is interwoven with that of their parents.
Pierce Brosnan and Helena Bonham Carter will play the parents, alongside Gabriel Byrne, Fionn O’Shea and Ann Skelly.
Polly Steele will direct while Williams will also adapt the script for the screen version.
Four Letters Of Love is currently in production, we’ll keep you updated as we hear more.
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