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Alec Baldwin, Scott Eastwood to Star in Cop Thriller ‘Crown Vic’

Alec Baldwin and Scott Eastwood are attached to star in the indie thriller “Crown Vic,” sources confirmed to Variety.

Joel Souze wrote and will direct the film. Jim Valdez and Chris Barish are producing through their Brand Inc Group banner, along with Gregg Bello.

The film, which begins production next month in Los Angeles, follows two LAPD officers navigating through their own personal turmoil, while hunting down a couple of vicious cop killers on the loose.

Baldwin was last seen in the Sony football drama “Concussion” and has a handful of films bowing in 2016, including “Back in the Day,” “Blind” opposite Demi Moore, and “Drunk Parents” with Salma Hayek. He is repped by CAA.

Eastwood has a big year ahead of him with a key role in Warner Bros.’ “Suicide Squad” and “Snowden.” He is also set to appear in Ben Affleck’s “Live by Night.” Eastwood was last seen in “Walk of Fame.” He is repped by UTA, Joanne Horowitz Management, and Stone, Genow, Smelkinson, Binder & Christopher.

Souze is also repped by UTA. The news was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.

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