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Juno

Release Date: December 14, 2007
Limited release

February 22, 2007
Cast Added to Juno

Jason Bateman and Allison Janney will join Jennifer Garner and Michael Cera in the cast of Juno for Fox Searchlight Pictures. It is a coming-of-age story from writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman (Thank You For Smoking) about a high school girl named Juno (Ellen Page) confronted with her pregnancy. Bateman will play Garner's husband in a couple interested in adopting Juno's unborn child. Janney will be Juno's stepmother, and Cera will be Juno's best friend and the father of the child. Brad Siberling was previously attached to direct the picture.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter





November 10, 2005
Siberling goes to Juno

Brad Siberling is set to direct Juno, a coming-of-age comedy written by Diablo Cody. The movie is budgeted at $8 million and centers on a teenager who gets pregnant and decides to go ahead and have the child. In the process, she becomes close to the couple who will adopt it.
Source: Variety





June 25, 2005
Mandate goes for Juno

Mandate Pictures is set to handle production and financing on the independent film Juno. The movie will mark the screenwriting debut of Minneapolis native Diablo Cody, who producer Mason Novick discovered via the writer's Internet blog. Impressed with her abilities for comedic storytelling, he talked to her a bit and discovered she had written a novel. That book will now receive publication release later in the year. Her first screenplay, Juno, will center on the difficult but occasionally humorous decisions a teen must face when forced to deal with the prospect of an unwanted pregnancy.
Source: Variety

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