Life’s a trip, especially on the road with Max and Ellie in the new film, Dear Eleanor, directed by Kevin Connolly (Entourage).
In this coming-of-age story set in 1962, Isabelle Fuhrman and Liana Liberato play best friends who go on a cross-country road trip to meet former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Along the way, they meet a host of characters -- portrayed by Jessica Alba, Josh Lucas, Ione Skye, Joel Courtney and Patrick Schwarzenegger -- while trying to stay one step ahead of Ellie’s dad (Luke Wilson) and the police.
Think of this as a Thelma and Louise-inspired story for a new generation!
The film, which is out on digital and DVD July 5, is the first of several new movies starring Schwarzenegger coming out in 2016. After a brief guest-starring role on Scream Queens and appearing in Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, the budding actor will next be seen opposite Bella Thorne in Midnight Sun, a remake of the 2006 Japanese romantic drama, and the thriller, North.
Now that he’s following in his father’s Hollywood footsteps, Arnold Schwarzenegger opened up to ET about letting his son find his own path.
“My son is a little bit like me,” he said while promoting Terminator Genisys. “He gets into this whole career thing and he wants to discover it himself, so I have minimum influence in a way.”