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Theo James, Eric Bana and Jack Reynor Join Rooney Mara in ‘Secret Scripture’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Eric Bana, Theo James and Jack Reynor are in talks to co-star with Rooney Mara in Jim Sheridan’s adaptation of Sebastian Barry’s “The Secret Scripture.”

Pic also stars Vanessa Redgrave and Jeremy Irons and revolves around a woman’s extended stay at a mental hospital.

Bana will play a rebellious doctor who is responsible for reviewing Roseanne’s (Mara) case, James will play the local Catholic priest and Reynor a member of the British army and Mara’s love interest.

Noel Pearson is producing and Johnny Ferguson is penning the script.

James recently wrapped production on the QED pic “Franny” opposite Dakota Fanning and can also be seen in the ensemble pic “London Fields.” As for “Insurgent,” the next installment in the “Divergent” franchise, James is still filming the pic and will go immediately into “The Secret Scripture” following “Insurgent” production.

Reynor is coming off his breakthrough perf in “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” which recently crossed $1 billion at the global box office. Reynor will next be seen opposite Michael Fassbender in “Macbeth” and can also be seen in “Glasslands.”

Bana has been very busy in the last year, appearing in three pics that included Focus’ “Closed Circuit,” Universal’s “Lone Survivor” and Screen Gems’ “Deliver Us From Evil.”

All three actors are repped by WME. James is also repped by Markham Froggatt and Irwin while Bana is also repped by Robert Offer at Sloane Offer .

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