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As I’ve promised yesterday, here is a magazine scan. It’s from a Hungarian monthly movie magazine, called VOX, translation of the text will be included after the pictures. As for the rest, here are the Juno-related instagram pictures we’ve collected in the last weeks!

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Magazine Scan  >  2017  >  VOX Magazin

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Juno has joined a new project! “The Big Short” will star Juno as Sydney and Jamie Shipley who has two characters. Shooting will start in LA next month.

After winning plaudits as naïve young investor Jamie Shipley in The Big Short, Finn Wittrock is getting ready for an assignment that may prove even more challenging: playing two characters in indie movie Abe.

The American Horror Story star will portray the title character, an introvert who spends his time on video games, and Abe’s best friend, the rock star-like bad boy Logan. The twist: Logan exists only in Abe’s imagination. Tensions build when Abe meets and falls in love with the cool and quirky Sydney, played by Juno Temple (Black Mass, Far From the Madding Crowd, Maleficent, the upcoming HBO series Vinyl).

Los Angeles-based Australian director Sarah Spillane starts shooting the psychological drama in L.A. next month. Coronet Films’ Deborah Del Prete (The Wedding Planner, Green Street Hooligans, The Submarine Kid) is producing in association with Melissa Beauford and Spillane’s Kick Pictures. Spillane co-wrote the screenplay with Mischa Ayoub (Double Negative).

Last year Del Prete and Wittrock collaborated on The Submarine Kid. Spillane had been an admirer of the actor since she saw him on Broadway in Death of a Salesman with the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Andrew Garfield.

Temple was their first choice to play Sydney. “I have always been a huge fan of her work and was kind of stunned when she responded so positively to the script,” Spillane said. “After she first read it, we met for coffee and immediately connected. I think chemistry between the actors is super important in stories like this so Finn, Juno, and I had lunch about a week after my first meeting with Juno and there were sparks (and multiple fits of laughter) immediately.”

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