Emily Browning replaces Ophelia Lovibond in Summer in February
Shoot begins this weekend in Cornwall on drama starring Dominic Cooper, Dan Stevens
Emily Browning (Sleeping Beauty, Sucker Punch) has replaced Ophelia Lovibond in period-drama Summer in February. The seven-week UK shoot kicks off this Sunday (15 Jan) in Cornwall.
Dominic Cooper and Dan Stevens star alongside Browning in the story of a love triangle within a group of Bohemian artists at the start of the 20th century.
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Jonathan Smith adapted from his own novel and Christopher Menual (Prime Suspect) will direct.
Pippa Cross and Janette Day produce for CrossDay, with Jeremy Cowdrey for Apart Films. Bob Benton and Dan Stevens are executive producers.