I just saw the posters for the upcoming Harrison Ford-Diane Keaton-Rachel McAdams comedy, Morning Glory and the more promotional material that is released, the more excited I get. Granted, I am a sucker for anything related to broadcast journalism. (See: My love affair with Sports Night.) But when you add that this film written by Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada) and directed by Roger Mitchell (Notting Hill), Morning Glory could strike romantic-comedy gold.
McAdams stars as Becky Fuller, the young and harried new producer of “Daybreak”, a failing morning talk show. She brings in veteran anchor Mike Pomeroy (F0rd) to co-host the program with Colleen Peck (Keaton). Jeff Goldblum, Patrick Wilson, and Ty Burrell round out the supporting cast. These three character posters, much like the trailer, emphasize that Morning Glory is all about its quirky characters.
Morning Glory, if it lives up to its charming trailer and these great character posters, will certainly be a movie worth checking out when it hits theaters November 12.