Kirk Jones Makes Sure "Everybody's Fine"
Kirk Jones, who is the director of comedy "Nanny McPhee", has made sure "Everybody's Fine", a remake of the 1990 Giuseppe Tornatore-directed road trip picture "Stanno tutti bene."
Agreed to write and direct the upcoming drama family flick, Jones has already begun drafting an American-set version of the Italian film. In the meantime, Gianni Nunnari and Vittorio Cecchi Gori are producing.
"Everybody's Fine" centers on a widower who realizes his wife was his only connection to his kids. He sets off on an impromptu bus ride to reunite with each grown child.
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