The cast for Tom Ford's first movie is as top-notch as his menswear. Confirming rumors, Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, and Matthew Goode will star. Would you expect anything less from His Fordulessness? Ford adapted the screenplay from the 1964 Christopher Isherwood novel A Single Man, about a gay English professor determined to persist through his usual routine in life after his partner dies suddenly and unexpectedly. Sounds uplifting! Firth will play the gay professor, Moore will play his friend, and Goode will play the deceased partner, appearing in flashback scenes. The project is independently financed and, according to Reuters, "a Monday start date is being eyed."
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