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Two of Hollywood's up-and-coming leading men are joining forces, as Oscar Isaac ("Inside Llewyn Davis") and Jason Clarke ("Zero Dark Thirty") are set to star in writer-director William Monahan's…
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Atlas Independent has added Sharlto Copley ("District 9"), Thomas Kretschmann, Josie Ho, Joseph Morgan, Erin Richards and Max Wrottesley to the cast of "Open Grave."
Year-old Atlas Independent, a division of Atlas Entertainment, is selling international markets at Cannes for its first completed film "Revenge for Jolly!" via Highland Film Group.
"District 9" star Sharlto Copley has been offered the villain role in Spike Lee's "Oldboy" and is in early talks to join Josh Brolin and Elizabeth Olsen in Mandate Pictures' revenge thriller.
MADRID -- Spain's Elena Anaya ("The Skin I Live In") will play the femme lead in action-thriller "Inertia," which is directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego ("Apollo 18," "King of the Hill").
Spanish helmer Paco Cabezas ("Neon Flesh") is attached to direct "Mr. Right," produced by David Alpert and Lawrence Mattis' Circle of Confusion (AMC's "The Walking Dead").
Spanish sales house Film Factory Entertainment has nabbed worldwide sales rights to Jorge Torregrossa's debut "Fin" (The End).
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