â€œLove Me To Deathâ€ is Adriana Trigianiâ€™s latest film project. The film was written by Kathie Lee Gifford and stars Gifford and Craig Ferguson. Trigiani is directing the movie.
The film follows Annabelle (Gifford), a lonely widow who plans a trip around the world, with her husbandâ€™s ashes in tow, to visit the places they loved in the movies. When she arrives at the Inn in Loch Lomond, run by a curmudgeonly Scotsman (Ferguson), the first stop on the journey changes her life forever. A family secret is revealed, one wedding is derailed, another is planned, and two unlikely people get a second chance at love.
The film features original music composed by Grammy-winning producer Brett James with lyrics written by Gifford.George Shinn serves as the filmâ€™s executive producer.
Gifford is best known as the Emmy winning co-host for the fourth hour of â€œTodayâ€ and her 15-year run as the co-host of â€œLive! with Regis and Kathie Lee.â€ Sheâ€™s made a number of film and TV cameos including most recently in Bravoâ€™s â€œGirlfriendsâ€™ Guide to Divorce,â€ TVLandâ€™s â€œYoungerâ€ and â€œNashville.â€ In addition, Gifford is a four-time New York Times bestselling author and penned the Broadway musical, â€œScandalous: The Life and Trials of Aimee Semple McPherson.â€
After his tenure at CBSâ€™ â€œTheLate Late Show with Craig Ferguson,â€ Ferguson hosted the syndicated game show, â€œCelebrity Name Game,â€ for which he was awarded the Emmy for Outstanding Game Show Host two years in a row. On the acting side, he appeared as himself on Sonyâ€™s â€œThe Ugly Truthâ€and had a recurring role on TVLandâ€™s â€œHot In Clevelandâ€ and Showtimeâ€™s â€œWeb Therapy.â€
The movie is scheduled for a Christmas release.
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