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.
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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 inScouts 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.
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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.”