Thursday, August 18, 2016

Dating my Mother

Kathryn joined the new indie film project of Dating My Mother. The filming will start next week (August 22) in New Jersey.

Variety - Kathryn Erbe, Kathy Najimy to Star in Comedy ‘Dating My Mother’ by Dave McNary:

Kathryn Erbe, Kathy Najimy, James Le Gros, Paul Iacono and newcomer Patrick Reilly will star in the new comedy “Dating My Mother.” Shooting will start Aug. 22 in New Jersey.

Mike Roma is directing from his own screenplay, which explores the intimate and sometimes tumultuous relationship between a single mother, played by Erbe, and her gay son (Reilly). Together they navigate the world of online dating as they search for their versions of “Mr. Right.”

Le Gros co-stars as Erbe’s love interest, Najimy as her neighbor, and Iacono plays the potential boyfriend of Reilly’s character.

“Dating My Mother” is Roma’s directorial feature debut, following his web series “Danny the Manny.” The film is produced by Ashley Hillis, and executive produced by Roma and Reilly.

Erbe starred for 10 seasons of “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”

She is repped by Innovative Artists; Le Gros is with Industry Entertainment; Najimy is represented by Abrams Artists Agency, Iacono is repped by Michael Einfeld Management and Reilly is with 44 West Entertainment.

NewNowNext - Mother And Son Dive Into The Dating Pool Together In “Dating My Mother”
What's a gay guy to do when his mom is getting more action than he is? by Dan Avery 

Navigating the dating scene can be difficult for any young gay man—trying to do it alongside your mom is downright treacherous.  

In Dating My Mother, a single mom (Law & Order: Criminal Intent’s Kathryn Erbe) and her gay son (newcomer Patrick Reilly) are both on the hunt for Mr. Right. 

We’ve got high hopes for the film, which starts shooting next week: In addition to its talentent leads, Dating My Mother features James Le Gros (Girls) as a love interest for Erbe’s character, out actor Paul Iacono (The Hard Times of RJ Berger) as a potential boyfriend for her son, and gay fave Kathy Najimy as the family’s neighbor. 

It’s the first feature film from writer-director Mike Roma, who charmed us with his web series, Danny the Manny

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