The upcoming film "Four Good Days" has nabbed two high-profile leading ladies.
Glenn Close and Mila Kunis will star in the drama from director Rodrigo Garcia, Deadline reports. Garcia wrote the script with Pulizter Prize winner Eli Saslow. The story is based on a substance abuse-focused article Saslow wrote for The Washington Post.
Close and Kunis will play Deb and Molly, respectively, a mother and daughter dealing with Molly's substance abuse problems. It follows them as they work through four critical days of Molly's recovery after a long estrangement. It will reopen old wounds and give them a chance to move forward.
Both actresses have starred in notable projects in the past. Close, a seven-time Academy Award nominee, most recently starred in "The Wife" and the comedy "Father Figures." Kunis is fresh off of a voice role in "Wonder Park" and has previously starred in "The Spy Who Dumped Me," "Bad Moms," and "Black Swan."
"Four Good Days" is set to begin production in September in Los Angeles. Garcia, Jon Avnet, and Jake Avnet are set to produce through Indigenous Media alongside Oakhurst Entertainment's Marina Grasic and Jai Khanna. Productivity Media and Capstone Group are executive producing.