Laura Michelle Kelly stars in Goddess story of housewife turned Internet singing sensation
Goddess, which is in post-production-phase and featured British stage Laura Michelle Kelly stars in her first big film role, has been picked up by Ealing Metro International, reports Variety.
The Australian musical comedy tells of an isolated housewife who ends up becoming a singing sensation on the Internet. However, her life turns out being a soap opera online when her international stardom starts to collide with her family's demands.
Irish singer Ronan Keating, known for the Notting Hill song "When You Say Nothing At All," also makes his bigscreen debut as the husband in the Mark Lamprell-directed and scripted film.
Richard Keddie and Andrena Finlay produce with backing by Village Roadshow, which plans to release the film next summer in Australia and New Zealand.