From The New York Times: From the start, “Hannah” was meant to be a film about the rise and fall of a woman who grew up in an all-girls boarding school, who was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder that affected her hair and made her look and act younger than she was.
But the filmmakers have changed their minds.
Instead, the film is set to be about a girl who is the subject of a new documentary, and the cast is returning to their signature roles for the first time in years.
The film, which will premiere on April 8, is the first major production to feature all-female casts, with stars Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke as Hannah and the new cast members are playing the roles of their own characters.
Hannah is the only black character in the film.
The film will be directed by Emma Thomas and written by James Ponsoldt, and produced by the film’s producers, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. The film will also include a documentary about the production, a music video by “Weird Al” Yankovic, a tribute video to the original “Hannibal” by David Bowie, and a new song.
The story centers around Hannah’s mother, who is diagnosed with the rare genetic condition known as Tay-Sachs syndrome, a form of familial deafness.
Hannah’s older sister, Maddy, is also deaf.
In the film, the two girls are separated as a result of Tay-sachs.
Hannah is the youngest of five siblings and the only one who does not have a hearing loss.
Hannah, who plays Hannah in the new documentary called “The Story of Hannah,” also shares a story about her mother’s diagnosis and struggles with hearing loss, which has left her speech impaired.
The new documentary will examine Hannah’s life, the difficulties that her parents experienced in navigating society and the challenges that come with the diagnosis.
The movie will also feature a new music video for the “Weirder, More Daring” song by David Buckley and the music video “I Can’t Feel My Face.”
“Hannah,” which stars Emma Thomas, Mandy Moore, Emma Stone, M.L. Miller, and Amy Schumer, is produced by Ponsoldts production company and Warner Brothers Entertainment, and will be co-produced by Thomas and her production company, New York-based The Pianist, and Broadway producer/director David Fincher.
Thomas and Finchers are repped by CAA and Bloom Hergott, and FINCHER is repped for Untitled.
Thomas is a co-writer and executive producer on the films “The Hateful Eight” and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”