Mandy Moore Prepares to Go "Shopping"

by | April 22, 2005 | Comments

The Hollywood Reporter brings news of Mandy Moore‘s next movie project, a romantic comedy entitled "Personal Shopping." First-time writer/director Tim Sullivan will helm the project, which THR describes as "an offbeat, transatlantic romantic comedy (that) centers on an American who loses his bags upon arrival in London and enlists a female shopper to find him a new wardrobe." Producer Scott Rudin ("The Hours") will oversee production for Paramount.

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