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Toni Collette and Catherine Hardwicke Reunite for “Mafia Mamma”

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Toni Collette and Catherine Hardwicke are following up their last collaboration, 2015 tearjerker “Miss You Already,” with a comedy. The pair are reuniting for “Mafia Mamma,” the story of a suburban American woman “who inherits her grandfather’s Mafia empire, and guided by the Firm’s trusted consigliere defies everyone’s expectations, including her own, as the new head of the family business,” a press release details. Collette will topline the pic and Hardwicke is directing.

Based on an original idea by Amanda Sthers (“Madame”), the pic counts her and Collette among its producers. “A.P. Bio” scribes Debbie Jhoon and Michael J. Feldman penned the script. Monica Bellucci (“Spectre”) will co-star in the

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