Jane Seymour has been a celebrated actress for a number of years, from roles in the James Bond classic Live and Let Die, her title role in the popular TV series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and the 2005 comedy classic Wedding Crashers. What some might not know, though, is she has translated her success in front of the camera to a career behind the scenes as a producer. She executive produced a number of TV movies along with the 2007 comedy Blind Dating, which served as a stepping stone for a talented young actor named Chris Pine, before he became known worldwide as the new Captain Kirk in Star Trek.
Her latest effort as a producer is the romantic comedy Waiting for Forever, which hits the shelves on Blu-ray and DVD on May 3. The movie stars Tom Sturridge as Will, an unusual young man who lives a vagabond-esque lifestyle, all so he can be close to his true, yet unrequited love, Emma Twist (Rachel Bilson), a journey that brings them both back to their hometown. I recently had the chance to speak with the producer over the phone, and here's what she had to say.Read More
In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, Dermot Mulroney has lined up Mandy Moore, Kellan Lutz, James Brolin and Jane Seymour to star in his directorial debut Love, Wedding, Marriage.
The story follows a newlywed marriage counselor (Moore) who gets upended when she learns that her parents, whose marriage she's always idealized, are headed for divorce. She tries to save their marriage at the expense of her own, manipulating everyone she cares about to achieve her goal.Read More