Cotillard catches Cronenberg’s 'Cosmopolis'
Friday 14 May 2010
Director David Cronenberg has cast his adaptation of Don DeLillo's novel
Cosmopolis with Marion Cotillard, reports Variety.
The story of Cosmopolis occurs almost entirely inside a limousine over 24 hours as a billionaire drives slowly through a city, cheats on his wife, is stalked, and loses his fortune. Colin Farrell will play the husband and Cotillard ( Nine, Public Enemies) plays the wife.
Currently Cronenberg ( Crash, A History of Violence) is shooting A Dangerous Method with Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen and Michael Fassbender in Germany about psychoanalyst Carl Jung.
Cotillard will be seen next in sci-fi thriller Inception with Leonardo DiCaprio this summer. Farrell stars in Ondine, Neil Jordan's film about an Irish fisherman who catches a mermaid in his net, and London Boulevard with Kiera Knightley.
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