Lainie Kazan, Elliott Gould, Richard Kind, Ian Alda, Keith Robinson, and Andrea Bowen join Jonathan Bennett, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, and Nadia Bjorlinto round out the cast of the romantic comedy Divorce Invitation. This project will mark critically acclaimed Indian director S.V. Krishna Reddy's U.S. directorial debut. Krishna Reddy, Bala Rajasekharuni, and Robert Naturman wrote the screenplay. Venkat will produce with Ram serving as an executive producer. M.S.P. Srinivas Reddy is co-producer. Shooting will commence this month in Los Angeles.
Richard Kind signs on for Divorce Invitation
Divorce Invitation centers on happily married Mike Christian, who runs into his high school sweetheart Alex and sparks fly. Mike is convinced she is his soul mate. But he has one huge problem - he signed an iron-clad pre-nup, and his wife Dylan will not let him out of the marriage.
Kazan's many credits include Beaches, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, and most recently a recurring role on Season 7 of Desperate Housewives. She will next be seen in the upcoming Finding Joy.
Gould is best known for his roles in MASH, The Long Goodbye, American History X, and The Ocean's Trilogy. He also had a recurring role on NBC's hit sitcom Friends.
Kind's credits include A Serious Man, The Producers, and A Bug's Life. He is also known for his work on TV shows such as Mad About You, Spin City, and Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Alda, nephew of actor Alan Alda, has most recently starred in The Sorcerer's Apprentice. His other credits include guest starring roles on The Guiding Light and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.
Keith Robinson will next be seen in the upcoming films Dysfunctional Friends and Caught on Tape. His other film credits include Dreamgirls, This Christmas, and Dear John.
Bowen is best known for her role as Julie Mayer on Desperate Housewives. Her additional credits include Girl, Positive, AFTER The Fall, and guest starring roles on One Tree Hill and Boston Public.