Actors Jon Hamm, Michael Keaton, Eva Mendes and Kate Hudson have something in common, according to The Hollywood Reporter: They will all be appearing in Larry David’s new HBO movie, called "Clear History."
David is firming up the cast for the movie, which will also star Danny McBride, Phillip Baker Hall, Bill Hader, Amy Ryan and JB Smoove, the story notes.
The movie will begin taping in Massachusetts this fall, with Greg Mottola directing and executive producing. The project stars David as Nathan Flomm, a former marketing executive who lost a fortune after leaving his stake in an electric company now worth billions following a fight with his boss, the story says.
After changing his name to Rolly DaVore, Flomm is living on an island off Massachusetts when his former boss appears to fix up his summer home, sparking Flomm’s desire to seek revenge, the piece adds.
Among the roles cast, Hamm will play the former boss, while Hader will play a man who will help David in his plan. Hudson will portray Hamm’s wife, Keaton will be a local quarry operator and McBride will play Flomm’s best friend.