Michael Douglas and Son Cameron Team Up for Family Drama About ‘Love and Forgiveness’

Michael Douglas and Cameron Douglas are collaborating on the big screen again.

Just about 20 years in the wake of showing up together close by late patriarch Kirk Douglas in the 2003 dramedy It Runs in the Family, the genuine dad child couple are set to play father and child in the forthcoming family show Blood Bunch, from chief Howard Deutch.


In light of the 2015 novel Glancing Through Water by Weave Rich, Blood Bunch “follows a dad who welcomes his alienated child to visit him in Puerto Rico to contend in a dad child fishing rivalry to attempt to repair their messed up relationship,” as per a delivery.

Deutch, known for coordinating episodes of television series like Youthful Sheldon and Domain, says in a proclamation that Blood Bunch “is a film about reclamation, love and pardoning.”

“About a few ages of a family united and destroyed by secret, murder, and genuine admissions, with a fortified by Michael and Cameron Douglas,” adds Deutch, 72, per the delivery. “I was unable to be more excited to begin creation on Blood Bunch.”

Blood Bunch marks the principal acting gig Michael, 78, and Cameron, 43, will take on next to each other since the last option was set free from jail in 2016, following almost eight years in the slammer for drug-related offenses.

Cameron — who’s father to little girl Lua, 4, and child Ryder, 22 months, with accomplice Vivian Thibes — told Individuals in 2019 that he was chipping away at restarting his acting profession and felt profound appreciation that his family never abandoned him.

The Long Way Home creator likewise said that he trusted sharing his story would help different junkies “look for help — and perhaps save a daily existence.”

With respect to Michael, he said he was thankful for the manner in which things have eventually shown up for his most established child. (Cameron is the entertainer’s lone youngster with ex Diandra Luker, while he additionally shares child Dylan, 22, and girl Carys, 19, with his better half of 21 years, Catherine Zeta-Jones.)

“I’m exceptionally glad for [Cameron], for the book as well as for the manner in which he directs his life,” Michael said. “He’s talking the discussion and strolling the walk.”

The Hollywood Journalist was quick to make it known of Blood Bunch.