Hilary Swank's ALS Film 'You're Not You' Coming to U.S. Theatres: What You Need to Know

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It's been a while since Hilary Swank has graced the American cinema screen with her strong jawline and even stronger performances. But that's all about to change with You're Not You, Hilary Swank's ALS drama, which just got a U.S. distribution. Co-starring Emmy Rossum and Josh Duhamel, the film centers around the relationship between a woman who has immobilizing ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), and the young college student who is hired to be her caretaker. Josh Duhamel plays Swank's worrisome husband, and Shameless' Rossum plays the self-absorbed college kid.

Entertainment One Films US gained American distribution rights to the film, directed by George C. Wolfe. The film has yet to nail down a release date, but will come out later this year. The cast also includes includes Loretta Devine, Ernie Hudson, Frances Fisher, Marcia Gay Harden, Ali Larter, Andrea Savage, Jason Ritter, and Julian McMahon.

Hilary Swank last appeared on the big screen in 2011, taking part in the ensemble cast of the romantic comedy flop, New Year's Eve. Since then, she starred in a made for TV film, Mary & Martha, and will have You're Not You and The Homesman coming out sometime this year.