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McAdams hits road for "Return" trip
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Rachel McAdams has signed on to star in "The Return," a bittersweet drama about three injured soldiers who come home from Iraq and learn that life has moved on without them.
Collee (McAdams), T.K. (Michael Pena) and Cheever (Tim Robbins) end up on an unexpected road trip across the U.S., with Collee on a mission to bring her boyfriend's guitar back to his family because he saved her life.
T.K., meanwhile, seeks the confidence to face his wife after a shrapnel injury that threatens his sexual function, and middle-aged Cheever plans to hit the casinos in a desperate effort to pay for his son's college tuition.
Neil Burger ("The Illusionist") will direct the independently financed project, which Lionsgate will distribute. The budget is less than $20 million.
McAdams, known for her work in "The Notebook" and "Wedding Crashers," most recently appeared in "The Family Stone."
Robbins recently starred in "Catch a Fire." Pena ("Crash") returns to theaters March 23 in the Mark Wahlberg revenge thriller "Shooter."
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