Posted on July 18, 2013 at 3:46 am
Yesterday, principal photography wrapped on the film version of The Last Five Years, adapted and directed by Richard LaGravenese (the writer of one of my favorite movies of all time, The Fisher King), and starring the luminous Anna Kendrick and the magnificent Jeremy Jordan.
(Sadly, I wasn’t around for the end of the shoot, but it’s for a very good reason: I’m up in Williamstown MA, rehearsing the world premiere production of The Bridges of Madison County, for which you can get tickets and info by clicking here.)
I’ll be talking about this movie a lot in the next year, but today I just wanted to link to Broadway.com’s gallery of photos from the last day of shooting, where you can see Anna and Jeremy working on “Goodbye Until Tomorrow,” supported by Richard, DP Steven Meizler, and the particularly fetching on-set music supervisor.
The next step is editing the movie, and then I’ll go into the studio this fall to record the enhanced orchestrations as well as any new underscoring that might be needed. An amazing team is putting this movie together, and I’m very honored and also kind of geeking out about it.