Kidman to co-star with Cage and Clive
Wednesday 16 June 2010
Veteran film director Joel Schumacher (
Veronica Guerin and the upcoming
Twelve) will direct Nicole Kidman and Nicolas Cage in the action-thriller
Trespass, the story of a husband and wife who are taken hostage for easy money, but get caught in the grip of betrayal and deception, according to entertainment publication
Production begins in August in Louisiana, timed for Cage to shoot National Treasure 3 or a sequel to 2007's Ghost Rider.
Kidman is also set to co-star in Hemingway & Gellhorn with Clive Owen for HBO, the US cable network. James Gandolfini ( The Sopranos) is producing the project. He was originally going to play Ernest Hemingway in the romantic tale of this literary couple. Philip Kaufman of the Indiana Jones franchise will direct.
Kidman's next film is Rabbit Hole with Aaron Eckhart ( The Dark Knight) and directed by John Cameron Mitchell ( Hedwig and the Angry Inch.)
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