“Fish Without Bicycles” starring David Tennant is now known as “You, Me And Him” The film also adds The Inbetweeners stars David Warner and Simon Bird to the lineup.
Double Dutch International chief Jason Moring announced today that the company has acquired worldwide sales rights to “You, Me And Him” Moring and his team will commence sales next week.
“You, Me And Him is perfect counter-programming to the usual AFM line-ups,” said Moring. “This fresh rom-com brings lots of humour, a few tears and surprises that will keep audiences in fits of laughter.”
Who’s on board so far
BBC’s The Inbetweeners stars David Warner and Simon Bird are joining David Tennant who will play an obnoxious Scot, John, along with Lucy Punch (Bad Teacher), Faye Marsay (Game of Thrones) and Nina Sosanya (W1A)
Also on board are Ingrid Oliver (Doctor Who), Peter Davison (Doctor Who), John Nettles (Midsomer Murders), Gemma Jones (Harry Potter), Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones), and Sarah Parish (W1A, Broadchurch)
More about the film
“You, Me And Him” surrounds a determined career woman as she fights for her idea of the perfect family. But being a lesbian won’t stop her, neither will being 40, but when her wayward girlfriend falls pregnant after a drunken one-night stand, she may have pause for thought. That she herself is pregnant can only make matters more complicated. She has 9 months to decide if family can really be this crowded.
“You, Me And Him” based on Daisy Aitkens’ original screenplay. She also makes her feature directorial debut and production is set to begin in and around Stratford Upon Avon, running from October 31st till December 2nd.