Judi Dench

Judi Dench, Matthew Morrison Join ‘Tulip Fever’

The Weinstein Company has added Judi Dench and “Glee” star Matthew Morrison to the cast of historical drama “Tulip Fever,” set in 17th century Amsterdam.

It’s the 10th film that Dench has done for the Weinsteins. Dench will play the Abbess of St. Ursula’s, a rescuer of orphan children, and Morrison will play a drunken bohemian artist.
Source URL: http://variety.com/2014/film/news/judi-dench-matthew-morrison-join-tulip-fever-1201214461/

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