Sienna Miller and James Franco will star in the indie feature “Camille,” with Gregory Mackenzie making his directorial debut on the pic from a script by Nick Pustay.
Story is described as a mythical love story.
Al Ruddy is producing with A-Mark Entertainment’s Steve Markoff and Brett Walsh. Bruce McNall, Harmon Kaslow, Mike Marvin and Charles Finch exec produce.
Miller is currently in front of cameras on “The Interview” opposite Steve Buscemi. She also has a role in Paramount’s “Stardust,” which is now lensing and reunites her with “Layer Cake” helmer Matthew Vaughn. She next appears as Edie Sedgwick in George Hickenlooper’s “Factory Girl” for the Weinstein Co.
Franco is currently shooting “Spider-Man 3” for Columbia, reprising the role of Harry Osborn. He just finished filming Tony Bill’s “Flyboys.”
“Camille” is Ruddy’s first project since “Million Dollar Baby.”
A-Mark produced “Alpha Dog,” due out in May from New Line.