Adam Fergus’ New Film “Why Not Choose Love” to Premiere in June

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Adam Fergus in ‘Supernatural.’ Image courtesy of IMDB

The Hollywood Women’s Film Festival will be opening with a film called “Why Not Choose Love? A Mary Pickford Manifesto.”  The film is written and directed by Jennifer DeLia and will be shown on June 13 at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, California according to the Variety exclusive.

The film features Sophie Kennedy Clark, Allie MacDonald, Jane Stiles, Luke Arnold, Scott Haze, Cary Elwes, Adam Fergus, and more.

Fergus posted on his Twitter a photo of himself and some cast members from the set, Fergus will play a character named Owen Moore.

IMDB describes the movie as “An unconventional biopic based on the life of Mary Pickford. She was the first ‘America’s Sweetheart,’ CoFounder of United Artists, and the only businesswoman in Hollywood. She was “The Girl with the Curls” before audiences knew her name.”


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