Miss You Already Now Filming and Featuring Drew Barrymore

Miss You Already is a romantic comedy and drama that is set to star Drew Barrymore in the lead role. It is currently filming, and photos are already emerging on the Internet of the stars on the set. Even though the project dates back to 2012, when Jennifer Aniston was supposed to take the starring role, it is now finally being put to production and its release date is highly anticipated, though it has yet to be announced officially since it is so early in the game for the film.

 
Drew Barrymore will star alongside Toni Collette and Dominic Cooper in a story about a pair of life-long girlfriends whose friendship is tested when one becomes ill with cancer and the other starts a family. Jacqueline Bisset and Paddy Considine are also set to star in the film alongside the leads.

 
Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke has already achieved several European sales for the film. In fact, The Salt Company has closed deals with Greece, Portugal, Benelux, Israel, Iceland, and Switzerland. In the UK, it is Entertainment One who has the rights to the project, which is being produced by Felix Vossen and Christopher Simon. And it has also been reported that The Salt Company has sold the title to Turkey and India, as well as the Middle East, thereby ensuring that this film, once released, will reach far and wide and touch audiences all over the world.

 
Being that the film will showcase one of the characters battling cancer, we can anticipate that quite a bit of makeup will be used to make the young starlet appear older than she really is, and to make her exude the symptoms of her illness, which may include weight loss and maybe even deterioration of the teeth as a result of damage she will incur as a result of the treatment she will receive. And on the other side of the story, prosthetics and makeup will need to be used to showcase the development of the character’s pregnancy.

The stars are currently filming in London, and the film is set to hit theatres hopefully in 2015.