Magnolia Pictures has acquired world distribution rights to Touchy Feely from writer/director Lynn Shelton. Touchy Feely, which made its world premiere in competition at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, stars Rosemarie DeWitt, Josh Pais and Ellen Page and is Shelton’s follow-up film to Your Sister’s Sister. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: CAA has just signed actress Rosemarie DeWitt. DeWitt, who just played Matt Damon’s love interest in the Gus Van Sant-directed Promised Land, had her breakout role as the bride in Rachel Getting Married. She also starred in...Show More Summary
Members of the Lynn Shelton fan club now have another film to look forward to: Touchy Feely, which stars Rosemarie DeWitt as a top-rate masseuse who suddenly develops an aversion to skin. Not by coincidence, her hang-up develops right after she agrees to move in with her boyfriend. The film, ... More »
Actress Marcia Gay Harden has reportedly been selected to replace Rosemarie DeWitt on the HBO drama Newsroom. DeWitt parted ways with the show over “scheduling conflicts” after filming only a handful of episodes. According to TV Guide, Marcia Gay Harden will tackle the role of Rebecca Halliday on the popular HBO series. Reports also indicate [...]Show More Summary
That was speedy. Rosemarie DeWitt departed The Newsroom's second season last week, citing scheduling issues, and now actress Marcia Gay Harden is taking over. She'll play Rebecca Halliday, a litigator tasked with defending Will McAvoy's Atlantis Cable News in a wrongful-termination lawsuit. Harden's recent TV credits include Damages, Body of ... More »
Marcia Gay Harden is set to replace Rosemarie Dewitt in the second season of HBO's Aaron Sorkin drama, "The Newsroom."
Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden is heading to The Newsroom to replace Rosemarie DeWitt, Entertainment Weekly reports. DeWitt left the HBO drama last week after shooting a handful of episodes. HBO said DeWitt's early departure was because...Show More Summary
It seemed like a bit of a disaster when Rosemarie DeWitt exited her recurring role on Season 2 of The Newsroom. Just a few days after the sophomore show?s news was announced the role has been recast. Veteran actress Marcia Gay Harden will be taking on the role.
She'll recur as a litigator who defends ACN in a wrongful termination lawsuit in season two of the Aaron Sorkin drama. read more
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The Newsroom is making a casting change for its second season. Mad Men's Rosemarie DeWitt was supposed to appear in the HBO news-focused drama series, however she's reportedly leaving the show. What's more, her scenes will be re-shot with a different actor, though there's no word on who that will be.
Man Men and Rachel Getting Married actress Rosemarie DeWitt joined The Newsroom's second season along with Patton Oswalt last fall. Alas, that's not actually happening. DeWitt, after filming a few scenes, had to depart the HBO series when production shifted schedule. She was set to play Rebecca Halliday, a lawyer ... More »
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The actress had been cast as a litigator in Aaron Sorkin's drama. read more
Rosemarie DeWitt is exiting HBO’s The Newsroom. The United States of Tara and Mad Men actress is leaving the program
Rosemarie DeWitt is leaving Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom. DeWitt was originally cast in November for a recurring role on the series’ upcoming second season. “As the production schedule for season two of The Newsroom has shifted, Rosemarie...Show More Summary
We've already spoken to Matt Damon and John Krasinski, co-writers and stars of the upcoming drama Promised Land, as well as their co-star Rosemarie DeWitt. This means the last piece of the equation is director Gus Van Sant, who famously...Show More Summary
The cast and crew of the new Gus Van Sant movie discuss the challenges of developing the drama, which is in theaters now. [...]
This has been a long year for the Weekend Warrior blog and we've done a ton of interviews, but if we could just pick one actor or actress who really blew us away, we'd probably have to go with Rosemarie DeWitt, who began the year byShow More Summary
Lucky actress Rosemarie DeWitt plays the love interest to both Matt Damon and John Krasinski in Promised Land, and when I sat down to talk with her, she spilled about what the two guys were like to work with. DeWitt also talked about...Show More Summary