Jennifer Garner and Paul Walter Hauser set to lead in “Fruitcake,” a true-crime film production.

 

Actors Jennifer Garner (known for “Alias” and “13 Going on 30”) and Paul Walter Hauser (renowned for “Black Bird” and “Richard Jewell”) are joining forces in the upcoming true-crime movie “Fruitcake.” Directed by Max Winkler (“Flower” and “American Horror Story”), the film tells the gripping tale of Sandy and Kay Jenkins, an apparently respectable middle-class couple who perpetrated a massive embezzlement scheme against the well-known Collin Street Bakery in Texas. In the movie, Hauser will portray Sandy, an unsuspecting accountant who diverted substantial sums of money into his accounts and credit card bills to sustain a lavish lifestyle, including extravagant jewelry, private jet flights, and a second home in New Mexico. Garner will portray the role of his wife, Kay.

The screenplay for the movie is adapted from Katy Vine’s article “Just Desserts” in Texas Monthly. Katy Vine will serve as a consultant. Trey Selman wrote the screenplay, which made it to the 2016 Black List. Red Sanders from Texas-based Red Entertainment, along with Trey Selman, is producing the film.

What auidance expect from Fruitcake?

“Fruitcake” offers audiences a compelling cinematic experience that delves deep into the realm of true crime. As the story unfolds, viewers can expect to be drawn into the intricate web of deception and intrigue surrounding the characters of Sandy and Kay Jenkins, portrayed by Jennifer Garner and Paul Walter Hauser. With Garner and Hauser’s stellar performances, audiences will witness the emotional depth and complexity of these characters as they navigate through the twists and turns of the narrative.

Under the direction of Max Winkler, the film promises to deliver a visually stunning and emotionally resonant experience. Winkler’s unique vision and storytelling prowess will ensure that every moment on screen captivates and enthralls viewers, keeping them on the edge of their seats from beginning to end.

Based on Katy Vine’s riveting article “Just Desserts,” the screenplay of “Fruitcake” is crafted with meticulous attention to detail, offering a nuanced exploration of themes such as greed, morality, and the consequences of one’s actions. As the plot unfolds, audiences will find themselves immersed in a world where nothing is as it seems, and every revelation brings new layers of intrigue and suspense.

Overall, “Fruitcake” promises to be a cinematic masterpiece that will leave a lasting impression on audiences. With its compelling storyline, stellar performances, and expert direction, this film is sure to be a must-watch for fans of true crime and gripping storytelling alike.

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