Hyde Park, Illinois is the site of the new film Hyde Parks Produce.
The film tells the story of a family with a secret history of having their children adopt a baby who is not their own.
The plot centers on the daughter of the family who is about to have her first baby, but before she can give birth, her father gets involved in the adoption.
Hyde Parks has produced several films for the studio including the upcoming “Crazy, Wild, and Crazy” with Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper, and the upcoming docu-series “I Am Legend,” which will explore the life and death of a man who was accused of raping a woman in the 1960s.
The film also stars Mark Wahlberg, Will Arnett, Anna Kendrick, and Sarah Paulson.
The star of the film, Will Ferrell, also plays the father of the baby.
While the family has a history of being a bit of a weird family, the film does feature some pretty weird and hilarious moments.
“My daughter’s a great person, and I’m a great dad,” Will Ferrer told Buzzfeed in a video interview.
“But there are times when I just have to go back to a little bit of my own life and just go, ‘Oh my god, what the hell was I thinking?'”
“The whole point of the project is not just to tell a story of adoption, but to have a story that’s very real,” Will continued.
“I don’t want this to be about adoption, I want this film to be like a journey of adoption.”
“I Am the Walrus” also stars Ryan Reynolds, Mandy Moore, Sam Rockwell, and Sam Waterston.
The movie was directed by Paul Dano, with director David O. Russell also writing the script.
This is the second time that “The Walrus,” a film starring Will Ferrerell, has been featured in the film festival circuit.
Last year, “The Pusher” and “The Jungle Book” also featured the film.
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