The Kickstarter campaign, which surpassed its $2 million goal in three days, was a highly controversial move on Braff's part and was the talk of Twitter for a while as moviegoers wondered why they should give up their hard-earned cash to a millionaire actor.
Still, he's continuing to get backers on the crowd-sourcing site, so there are people who want to see this movie get made. According to Kickstarter, the campaign will end on Friday. Braff, who wrote the script with his brother, will direct and star as a 30-something husband and father who is struggling to find his identity.
Also announced in the cast lineup are Josh Gad and Mandy Patinkin.