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Basinger, Graham, O’Hara meet ‘Fortune’

Jason Patric also joins the dark indie caper comedy

Exclusive: Kim Basinger, Heather Graham, Catherine O’Hara and Jason Patric are in final negotiations to star in dark indie comedy “Fortune” with Clark Johnson directing.

Jack Nasser and Joseph Nasser will produce and finance through their company Nasser Group North. Oren Segal will executive produce through his company Management Production Entertainment. Production is set to begin Aug. 29 in Canada.

Fortune,” penned by the scripting team of Nancy Fichman & Jennifer Hoppe, revolves around a petty thief who pledges to save his life after a roadside killing; and two financially destitute sisters who grudgingly team up to track down a female mobster for bounty. They all land in Las Vegas, where violence and destinies collide.

Basinger was most recently seen in “Charlie St. Cloud.” Graham’s toplining in “Judy Moody and Not the Bummer Summer,” due out next month from Relativity. O’Hara will next be seen in Disney’s “Frankenweenie.” Patric was last seen in “The Losers.”

Johnson’s directing credits include “S.W.A.T.” and “The Sentinel.”

Basinger is repped by ICM and MPE; O’Hara is repped by ICM and her manager is Marc Gurvitz (Brillstein); Patric is repped by ICM and managed by Jason Weinberg (Untitled); Graham is repped by Gersh, and managed by Risa Shapiro (Schiff Company); and Johnson is repped by UTA.

Fichman and Hoppe are repped by CAA.

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