Floyd, Bernhardt ready for outlaw pic

Wayne Kramer is set to direct film

The only son of Charles Arthur “Pretty Boy” Floyd consulted with Kevin Bernhardt on the script for a biopic of the legendary outlaw that Wayne Kramer is set to direct for Kirk D’Amico’s Myriad Pictures.

Bernhardt penned the script for “Pretty Boy Floyd” with extensive contributions from Charles “Jack Dempsey” Floyd. It’s the first time Floyd has worked on a feature project about his father, who has been portrayed in numerous TV and feature films.

Myriad Pictures holds worldwide rights, with D’Amico producing.

Kramer’s feature directorial debut was the critically acclaimed “The Cooler,” starrnig William B. Macy, Maria Bello and Alec Baldwin. He co-wrote the pic with Frank Hannah. Other directing credits include border drama “Crossing Over.”

Bernhardt’s writing credits include “Peaceful Warrior” and “The Immortals.” He also penned Myriad’s upcoming thriller “The Genesis Code,” starring Hayden Christensen.

Kramer and D’Amico are currently casting for the lead roles in “Pretty Boy Floyd,” including Floyd, his wife and the bounty hunter who dedicated much of his life to hunting down Floyd.

Myriad’s slate also includes Kevin Spacey-Zachary Quinto Wall Street thriller “Margin Call.”