The film sees Rudd and Coogan as a troubled, bickering married couple with an extravagant life. Coogan is a demanding celebrity while Rudd is his more hesitant partner and sidekick (although as the pic shows, he’s looking pretty cool). Their relationship is thrown a complete curveball when the grandson that Coogan’s character never knew he had shows up at their home with nowhere else to go. The couple reluctantly decide to take him in, forcing them to take stock of their relationship.
However, I have to say I’m not sure whether the cowboy look is Coogan’s best.
Andrew Fleming, who’s previously made the likes of Threesome, The Craft and Hamlet 2 (which starred Coogan) will direct. It’ll hopefully not be too long before it’s in cinemas (it’s currently looking for distributors at Cannes).