WHEN JAMES GANDOLFINI died in June, he left behind just two unreleased movies and the pilot for a suspense TV show.
While HBO has said that the pilot for Criminal Justice won’t air, both films will be released with the first set to hit screens in September.
Enough Said tells the story of a masseuse, played by Seinfeld’s Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who falls for a man at a party, played by Gandolfini. However, as with all romantic comedies, the path of true love doesn’t run smooth.
When Dreyfus makes friends with a new client, Marianne, things get complicated. She discovers that her new boyfriend is her new friend’s ex-husband and the bad things she’s told begin to seep into her relationship.
The film also stars Oscar-nominee Toni Collette as well as one Eve Hewson. Hewson, better known to most as Bono’s offspring, plays the role of Gandolfini’s daughter in the film.
She has previously starred alongside Sean Penn in This Must Be The Place and, earlier this year, in 1970’s crime drama Blood Ties, alongside an all-star cast.
The film has no Irish release date as of yet.