Friday, February 12, 2016

Wendie Malick introduces film screening tonight

Actress Wendie Malick will introduce and answer questions following a 5 p.m. screening today of "You Can Have It All," at the Ritz East (125 Sansom).

Wendie Malick introduces film screening tonight


Actress Wendie Malick will introduce and answer questions following a 5 p.m. screening today of "You Can Have It All," at the Ritz East (125 Sansom).

The "Just Shoot Me" actress was here in April shooting the romantic comedy, which played QFest twice already, largely at the Rittenhouse Hotel.

Malick's "Hot in Cleveland" shooting schedule has kept her very busy but she offered to come to town to help the film in any way she could, director Jay Arnold told us earlier today.

Arnold also co-wrote the screenplay with Thom Cardwell. What's screening tonight is a fine cut of the movie, which will have more editing and post-production work done to it before being entered for consideration to the Sundance Film Festival.

Part of Malick's promotion includes a visit to CBS 3 tomorrow to tape a future interview for "Talk Philly."

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