'All My Life' RomCom Based On A True Cancer Story
Updated: Oct 31, 2020
American Director Marc Meyers is filming a new romantic drama film 'All My Life'. Expected to be released at the end of this year on the 4th of December 2020. However this film is in fact based off a true story of an American couple Solomon Chau and Jennifer Carter. The happy couple's wedding plans are thrown off course when the groom to be Solomon is diagnosed with Liver Cancer.
The film will star American actress Jessica Rothe as Jennifer Carter, best known for her leading role as Tree Gelbman in Happy Death Day and Paige in TV series Mary + Jane. Costa Rican born Chinese American actor and dancer Harry Shum Jr is attached to the role of Solomon Chau. Many may recognise him for multiple roles ranging from Mike Chang in Glee, Magnus Bane in Shadowhunters, Kuai Liang (Tundra/Subzero II) in Mortal Kombat Legacy, Cable the man with no bones in the Step Up franchise and finally Charlie Wu in Crazy Rich Asians.
Joining the misfortunate couple is a good friend of theCSNetwork. American actor, comedian and voice impressionist Jay Pharoah will be joining the cast in an unconfirmed role so far but it seems like he will be a friend of Solomon's judging by the trailer. Many of you guys may remember him from a certain zombie apocalypse film (wink wink). So it's great to see one of our own making it on the big screen.
Other notable star include Cuban American actress and singer Chrissie Fit as Amanda Fletcher. Fit is best known for her role in the Pitch Perfect franchise Florencia 'Flo' Fuentes, she also has had roles as Cheechee in Teen Beach franchise and Mercedes Juarez in the medical drama series General Hospital.
Ever Carradine is attached to play Gigi. Carradine best known roles beforehand are Naomi Putnam in The Handmaiden's Tale and Janet Stein in the Marvel series Runaway.
Finally we also have Indian American actress Anjali Bhimani cast in an unknown role. Whilst we can't be sure as to what her role maybe. Bhimani is best known by video game fans for her voice acting role as Symmetra the only Indian character in the First Person Shooter Overwatch. It would be great to see her work onscreen too.