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Boon, Kruger fly to ‘Moon’

Pic reunites 'Heartbreaker' team

Exclusive– French star Dany Boon and Diane Kruger have boarded “Fly Me to the Moon,” a high-concept action-adventure comedy directed by Pascal Chaumeil (“Heartbreaker”).

The €17 million ($24 million) pic is produced by hit “Heartbreaker” team, Nicolas Duval Adassovsky, Yann Zenou and Laurent Zeitoun at Paris-based Quad Films.

“Heartbreaker” scribe Zeitoun will pen the script.

“Fly Me To The Moon” is handled by Kinology in international markets.

Pic turns on a 30-something woman who has a great career and a loving boyfriend. But her family is plagued with a curse that turns every first marriage into a divorce. So when her boyfriend presses her to get hitched, she embarks on a mission to marry and divorce a stranger before her actual wedding.

Kinology reps a raft of Quad titles, notably Bruno Chiche’s “Small World,” starring Gerard Depardieu.

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