London, April 10 : Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, Frank Langella and Jeffrey Dean Morgan have signed on to star in Andrew Jarecki's love story-cum-murder mystery 'All Good Things.'
The Weinstein Company has picked up the rights to the film, which revolves around a New York real estate dynasty that thrived in the 1980s.
Weinstein Intl. will handle foreign sales for Groundswell Productions. commencing with Cannes.
Jarecki penned the script along with Marc Smerling and Marcus Hinchey.
More than a year ago, Jarecki, Smerling and Hinchey approached Michael London at Groundswell; he signed on to produce and finance.
"Andrew's a very ambitious guy with a huge future, and I think Harvey (Weinstein) sees that and wants to be a partner in that," Variety quoted London, as saying.
Plot details of the film, which is budgeted at about 20 million dollars, are being kept under wraps.
The film begins shooting this month in New York and Connecticut.