‘General Hospital’ News: William DeVry Cast in Film ‘Louise’ With Former ‘Port Charles’ Star Rebecca Staab

'General Hospital' News: William DeVry Cast in Film 'Louise' With Former 'Port Charles' Star Rebecca StaabFresh ‘General Hospital‘ news will thrill ‘GH‘ fans! William DeVry has been cast in the upcoming film ‘Louise‘ with former ‘Port Charles‘ star, Rebecca Staab. Fans of Julian Jerome can enjoy seeing their favorite soap star on the silver screen.

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The pitch for ‘Louise‘ sounds really interesting. According to IMDb, the plot focuses on three women from three generations. “With a box of family photos in hand, Patty and Allison head to Gran’s (Rose’s) lake house for the annual girls weekend,” the story line reads. “As the lid comes off the box, secrets long buried are revealed. Can mother, daughter and grandmother accept the woman each is and not the person they thought they knew so well?” Sounds like William will be right at home with the drama!

Louise‘ will feature the talents of William DeVry and ‘Port Charles‘ soap actress, Rebecca Staab. Rebeca will play Patty, who is billed first in the credits, so it’s a safe bet she will be the principal character. DeVry will be moonlighting from his role on ‘General Hospital’ to play David. Lea Coco, best known for his role in ‘Sinister 2‘ as
Clint Collins, and Constance Brenneman from ‘The Toy Soldiers‘ join Staab and DeVry under the direction of Melanie Maryon.

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No specific release date has been given, but fans of ‘GH’ former mobster will have to wait until 2017. Currently, ‘Louise‘ is in pre-production.

What do you think ‘General Hospital‘ fans? Are you excited to see William DeVry in ‘Louise‘? Any guesses on what kind of role the ‘GH‘ soap actor will play? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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