Exclusive: “Somewhere” star Stephen Dorff has stepped in to replace Matt Dillon in the indie pic “Boot Tracks,” and Ray Winstone has also joined the cast, with Michelle Monaghan as the female lead.
David Jacobson (“Down in the Valley”) is set to direct from a script by Matthew F. Jones, based on Jones’ novel of the same name.
Dorff stars as Charlie Rankin, an ex-con who hooks up with a former porn actress and sets out to exact revenge on two people who hurt him in the past.
Monaghan will play the ex-porn star who’s now a poetry-writing junkie, while Winstone will play the Buddha, a prison lifer who looked out for Charlie while he was in the clink.
Dorff next stars opposite Christina Ricci and Nick Swardson
in Columbia Pictures’ sex comedy “Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star.” Thesp has also wrapped Tarsem Singh
’s “Immortals” for Relativity Media and the Anchor Bay thriller “Jacked,” which co-stars Maria Bello. Additionally, Dorff is set to appear in the indies “The Motel Life” and “Officer Down
Winstone recently voiced a role in Paramount’s “Rango” and reunited with his “The Departed” director Martin Scorsese on “Hugo Cabret,” which Par is set to release Nov. 23.
ICM reps Dorff, Winstone and Monaghan.
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