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Helen Hunt, Aaron Paul and Maggie Grace Are Decoding Annie Parker

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Just like the headline reads, Variety is reporting that  Helen Hunt, Maggie Grace and “Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul have all signed on to star in Steven Bernstein’s indie-drama comedy, “Decoding Annie Parker”.

Set to begin filming later this month in Los Angeles, the story centers on the irrepressible Parker, a breast-cancer patient who stops at nothing to solve the mystery behind her illness despite the beliefs of the medical establishment.

Being produced by Clark Peterson, Stuart Ross, Keith Kjarval, Mary Vernieu and Ron Senkowski, the film is also based on a true story, which originated with Steven Bernstein and Clark Peterson.

Steven Bernstein co-wrote the film with his son Adam.

The trio of actors join a cast of Samantha Morton in the title role and Christina Hendricks.

It was just a couple of weeks ago that Paul signed on the dotted line to star opposite Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Nick Offerman in the indie dramedy, “Smashed”.

 

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