Daniel Radcliffe's 'The F Word' to Start Shooting in Toronto Next Week
The indie comedy features several prominent Jewish stars.
Indie comedy, 'The F Word', starring Daniel Radcliffe, will begin shooting in Toronto next week.
'The Harry Potter' star is expected to arrive in Toronto within the week and will be staying there for a couple of months.
'The F Word', directed by Canadian Michael Dowse, takes an intimate look at a 20-something couple (Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan) that meet at a party and immediately hit it off.
Jonathan Cherry, star of 'Goon' and Shalom Life's Top 20 Under 40, and Adam Driver of HBO's 'Girls', just landed roles alongside Radcliffe and Kazan.
The comedy was written by Elan Mastai, produced by David Gross, and will be distributed by Entertainment One Films in Canada and Britain.
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