"Enough Said," a romantic comedy starring the late James Gandolfini, will opened in theaters on Sept. 20, distributor Fox Searchlight said Thursday.
The film, written and directed by Nicole Holofcener, also stars Julia-Louis Dreyfus and Catherine Keener. It will have a platform release, gradually expanding for a few weeks and building to a nationwide rollout.
The movie follows the recently divorced Eve (Louis-Dreyfus), who adopts a brighter outlook after meeting a new friend, Marianne (Keener). Eva finds a new love interest in Albert (Gandolfini), who seems ideal — except that he's Marianne’s ex-husband.
Toni Collette, Eve Hewson, Ben Falcone, Tavi Gevinson and Tracey Fairaway co-star in the film, produced by Anthony Bregman.
Gandolfini died last month of a heart attack while traveling in Italy.