Angelina Jolie and Christoph Waltz in Talks for Music Drama ‘Every Note Played’ at STX

Angelina Jolie and Christoph Waltz are in talks to star in "Every Note Played", a musical drama for which STXfilms has just acquired worldwide rights.
Michael Sucsy ("The Vow", "13 Reasons Why") is included as director of the film, which is based on the latest book by "Still Alice" author Lisa Genova. And the book was chosen as an option and turned into a script by Monet Clayton and David Mandell, whose script landed # 1 on the blacklist.
"Every Note Played" follows a world-famous concert pianist and composer who is about to create his magnum opus. When he receives a life-changing diagnosis, his estranged ex-wife takes up the cross of caring for him and he is forced to reconcile his failed relationships with redefining his pursuit of greatness.
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Monet Clayton, Richard Barton Lewis and Gabrielle Jerou will all be producing "Every Note Played" through Richard Barton Lewis' Southpaw Entertainment production banners.
Jolie was last seen in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and in the family film Come Away, which premiered on Sundance. She will next be seen in Marvel's "Eternals". It is represented by WME.
Waltz will repeat his role as Blofeld in the 007 movie "No Time To Die" and Wes Anderson's "The French Dispatch," and he will be the next star in Charlie McDowell's "Gilded Rage". He is represented by ICM.
UTA Independent Film Group and ICM represented the financing and the deal.
Variety reported the news first.
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