Dennis Quaid Joins Psychosexual Sci-Fi Film This Blue Is Mine

This Blue Is Mine, the English-language debut film from Brazilian-born director Iuli Gerbase, is expanding its cast.

We already knew that Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2) and Elizabeth Debicki (Widows) were in the feature, and Variety broke the news today that Dennis Quaid (pictured above in 2004’s The Day After Tomorrow; other credits include Strange World and Wyatt Earp) will also be on the call sheet once the movie begins shooting.

Quaid will be playing Arthur, a “guilt-free bon viveur” who introduces his two adult daughters to his is decades-younger girlfriend, Ivy (Debicki), while they’re all vacationing on a lush, tropical resort. His two daughters—Connie (Beetz) and her older half-sister Laura (casting still to be announced)—are thrown off by Ivy, at least in part because she does some odd things. She’s so odd, in fact, that she tells Connie one night that she’s actually an extraterrestrial. Laura writes her off as a wannabe trophy wife but Connie is intrigued and becomes seduced by Ivy, who invites her to come back to her home planet.

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I heard the phrase “psychosexual sci-fi film” (say that three times fast!), but this description seems to fit the bill.

This Blue Is Mine is set to start production this fall. No news yet on when it will make its way to a screen near you. icon-paragraph-end

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