Kathie Lee Gifford is getting back to the cinema!
A trailer for the previous TODAY co-host’s most recent film, “At that point Came You,” dropped on Tuesday. It gives a new look at the story’s delicious Scottish setting and the awesome science between Kathie Lee, 67, and Scottish entertainer Craig Ferguson, 58, who plays her adoration intrigue.
In the romantic comedy, Kathie Lee plays a widow whose spouse kicked the bucket a year earlier, so she’s setting out traveling the world over with his remains. She remains in a motel in Scotland run by Ferguson’s character, who’s locked in to another lady, played by Elizabeth Hurley. Normally, flashes fly between Kathie Lee and Ferguson — yet to realize what occurs straightaway, you’ll simply need to watch it.
It’s in theaters for one night on Sept. 30 and accessible to watch on request beginning Oct. 2.
The film, likewise composed by Gifford, is “an earnest romantic comedy about a lady beating misfortune and beginning another part of her life,” Rich Goldberg, co-leader of Vertical Entertainment, which is dispersing the film, said in an announcement recently.
Kathie Lee lost her own significant other of almost 30 years, amazing NFL player and telecaster Frank Gifford, in 2015.
In a February 2019 TODAY discussion close by Ferguson about the film, Gifford said she considers it to be being “for individuals who’ve quite recently surrendered trust that they would actually discover love once more, significantly less joy and delight.”
Ferguson included that it’s a “flight” from his standard work, kidding, “For the most part I’m in stuff that sucks.”
Kathie Lee spouted accordingly, “He’s the most astounding driving man in this.”
The film’s trailer and delivery goes ahead the impact points of an energizing summer for Kathie Lee since it included both of her kids’ weddings. Cody Gifford, 30, hitched Erika Brown over Labor Day weekend. Cassidy Gifford, 27, gotten married to Ben Wierda back in June.
In a tweet offering her thanks not long ago, Kathie Lee expressed, “Yet I have stilled and calmed my spirit; like a weaned kid with its mom, similar to a weaned youngster is my spirit inside me. Psalm131:2. So appreciative for every one of my favors, particularly my cheerfully hitched kids.”