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Film about a writer and a ghost writer

The publishing company sends a ghost writer to help a writer finish his book/screenplay before the deadline. He hasn't written anything  yet but has the characters in his head. During the film he and the ghost writer become interested in each other.
asked Apr 12, 2016 in Name That Movie by jpr (1 point)
Couldn't be as easy as "The Ghost Writer," could it?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1139328/?ref_=nv_sr_1
"Alex & Emma" (2003) ?
From Wikipedia:
Alex Sheldon (Luke Wilson) finds himself in a tricky situation. Locked in his creative process, he is entrapped in a disastrous economic situation: He is ruined but must repay a $100,000 debt to the Cuban mafia. He is given a 30-day ultimatum to repay the money he owes them or they will kill him. The only solution is to finish his novel~or, rather, to start it since he has not written a single line. However, he has an idea for the story: A comedy about "the powerlessness of being in love, how love devours the insides of a person like a deadly virus".

He decides to hire the services of Emma Dinsmore (Kate Hudson), a stubborn stenographer, to help finish the novel ...


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_%26_Emma
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