Ellen Page to direct Anna Faris in her first film
LOS ANGELES, Feb 9 — During the European Film Market, Anonymous Content and Gilbert Films announced that comedy “Miss Stevens” will be Canadian actress Ellen Page’s first foray into directing.
Twenty-five-year-old Ellen Page will make her directorial debut in a film about education and students.
Anna Faris will play a professor who lacks confidence. She will regain control of her life by helping the drama students in her school take part in an interschool competition. For the time being no date has yet been set for filming.
Ellen Page is getting ready to take up the role of impalpable mutant Kitty Pryde in Bryan Singer’s “X-Men: Days of Future Past”.
Anna Faris is currently working on a Chuck Lorre series called “Mom” due on CBS. — Afp-Relaxnews