Belfast-based production company Real Holywood plans a June shoot for its first feature, Yankee King, starring Bill Campbell, Claire Forlani, Kelly Brook and Rosemary Harris.

Gerry Lively (Dungeons & Dragons II) will direct for the new production company, which is backed by property developer Robert Whitton and Richard Attenborough's longtime producer Jo Gilbert.

The love story will be shot on HD.

Real Holywood's upcoming slate will also include the directorial debut of award-winning UK actor Simon Callow, with a feature film version of That Good Night based on the stage play. Joanna Lumley is attached and other cast will be announced soon.

Callow will also work with Derek Jacobi to direct In The Wings.

The development slate also includes Pat McCabe-penned Hot Nights to star Stephen Rea, with Tom McGuire attached to direct; The Chaps written by BJ Hogg and Hal Folwer (with Hogg to direct); and Irish playwrights Alan McKee and Conor Grimes new screenplay Poles Apart, set in the world of burlesque.

Real Holywood also plans to work on documentaries and TV dramas.

Gilbert's last production was Attenborough's Closing The Ring starring Shirley Maclaine and Mischa Barton.