Elisabeth Moss, Mark Duplass And Ted Danson Sign On For Indie The One I Love

Elisabeth Moss, Mark Duplass and Ted Danson are all well known for their TV work, starring in Mad Men, The League and CSI (and many, many others), respectively, but now the three of them are set to join together for a feature effort. The three actors have all been cast in The One I Love, a new romantic indie directed by Charlie McDowell.

Deadline says that Duplass and Moss will be playing a young married couple experiencing problems. To help talk about their issues and try to solve them, they go to see a therapist, the character played by Danson. The film will be McDowell's directorial debut and he will be working from a script written by newcomer Justin Lader. Strangely, the site doesn't mention the tone of the film, whether it be a comedy or a drama. It's a credit to the actors, but with this cast it could go either way.

Just last year Duplass and Moss had roles in Lawrence Kasdan's lost dog dramedy Darling Companion, and strangely enough both Danson and Moss were featured in 1999's Mumford - also written and directed by Lawrence Kasdan.

Moss will be back on Mad Men when the sixth season starts up next month, while Danson continues his run starring on CSI. Duplass, meanwhile has been keeping incredibly busy, recently doing a stretch on The Mindy Project and filming parts in the Kennedy drama Parkland and the Stephen King adaptation Mercy. He's also completed production on Peachfuzz, a horror comedy he co-wrote and is starring in with co-writer/director Patrick Brice.

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