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‘World War Z’ Actress Sterling Jerins Joins ‘And So It Goes’

Reiner starting production in Connecticut

Sterling Jerins, who appears as Brad Pitt’s daughter in “World War Z,” has joined the cast of Rob Reiner’s comedy “And So It Goes,” starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton.

Jerins is also starring in James Wan’s “The Conjuring” as the daughter of paranormal investigators played by Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson.

Foresight Unlimited is producing “And So It Goes” in association with Castle Rock,  marking the first time Douglas and Keaton have appeared onscreen together.  Douglas portrays a self-centered real estate agent whose life is turned upside down when his estranged son suddenly drops off a granddaughter, played by Jerins, whom he never knew.

Keaton is playing the determined neighbor of Douglas’ chararcter. Cast also includes Frankie Valli, Scott Shepherd and Frances Sternhagen.

Alan Greisman, Rob Reiner, and Mark Damon are producing “And So It Goes.” Reiner has started shooting in Connecticut.

Paramount opens “World War Z” on June 17. Warner Bros. is opening “The Conjuring” on July 19.

Jerins is represented by ICM Partners, Principal Entertainment LA, Jeff Gill and attorney Dave Feldman

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