Ray Liotta to Make Another "Comeback"

by | April 13, 2005 | Comments

Former "Kids in the Hall" comedian Bruce McCulloch will write and direct the comedy "Comeback Season," and it looks like leading man Ray Liotta ("Goodfellas," "No Escape") has also climbed aboard. Liotta will star alongside Shaun Sipos ("Final Destination 2," "Baby Geniuses 2"), Glenne Headly ("Eulogy," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels") and Rachel Blanchard ("Road Trip," "Without a Paddle").Regarding the plot, Variety says "Liotta plays a man who cheats on his wife and moves in next door with the local high school football star, as they both try to win back the hearts of the women they love." McCulloch’s other directorial efforts include "Dog Park," "Superstar," and "Stealing Harvard." The production will get underway this May.

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