Indie-feature film, The Re-Education of Molly Singer will be directed by Andie Palmer and the latest news is that actor Jaime Pressly who gained her fame from the super famous sitcom Mom will be teaming up with Britt Robertson, Ty Simpkin, Nico Santos, Holland Roden and Wendie Malick in the upcoming flick which is presently under production. The series just ended with its eighth and final season this year.
Britt Robertson is expected to play a former college girl who is a party fanatic by the name of Molly Singer. She is a lawyer by profession who had just botched her biggest case due to her difficulty in letting go of the one thing that she loves the most, which is the hard partying lifestyle. Instead of firing Molly for her inability, Brenda, the role played by Pressly, will assign the task of re-enrolling at her old alma mater. Molly then befriends Brenda’s socially awkward son, Elliot, role played by Simpkin and to guide him through the first year of college.
Molly is loaded with her quick wit and years of experience and knowledge along with her bestie Paulie. She discovers that college has changed tremendously since her happy days and maybe it is actually time to move on from the best four years of her life to a brand new journey. Malick will play Mrs. Zimmerman, Santos is Ollie and Roden will play Trina.
Jaime Pressly was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress In a Comedy Series at the Critics Choice Awards for her work on the CBS hit sitcom Mom. She was also nominated for a Golden Globe and two Emmy Awards- winning one in 2007 for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her amazing performance on the NBS sitcom My Name Is Earl where she played the role of Joy Turner.