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Bill Pullman, Jim Caviezel Starring in Western ‘Ballad of Lefty Brown’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Bill Pullman, Jim Caviezel, Kathy Baker, Peter Fonda and Tommy Flanagan are starring in the independent Western drama “The Ballad of Lefty Brown,” which began production Tuesday in Montana, Variety has learned exclusively.

Jared Moshe has starting shooting “Lefty Brown” from his own script about a sidekick whose boss is killed.

Neda Armian, Ed Parks, Daniel Burks and Jared Moshe are producing. Niraj Bhatia is the executive producer.

Budget for the project is under $5 million. ICM Partners packaged the project and is selling worldwide rights.

Pullman was recently seen in “Independence Day: Resurgence” as former President Thomas Whitmore and has wrapped on Rob Reiner’s “LBJ” as Senator Ralph Yarborough.

Caviezel starred for five seasons on the CBS science-fiction series “Person of Interest” with its final episode airing in June. Baker starred in 2015’s “The Age of Adaline” opposite Blake Lively.

Moshe directed 2012’s “Dead Man’s Burden,” a post-Civil War Western starring Barlow Jacobs and Clare Bowen.

Pullman is repped by ICM Partners and Anonymous Content. Caviezel is repped by ICM Partners. Moshe is managed by Kaplan Perrone and his attorney is Jamie Afifi.

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