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'Dead' men walking: Klein, Busey, Durst

21 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- Chris Klein, Jake Busey and Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst are starring in Jason Wiles' dark comedy Play Dead.

Klein will play Ronnie Reno, a former TV action hero in dire need of a comeback. On his way back from a failed audition, he winds up snowbound in a remote Nevada town run by scary meth dealers, including Merle (Busey), and their henchman (Durst). When he finds the body of a dead FBI agent there, life imitates Reno's art as he is forced to reunite with his former co-stars, including Devon Michael Beach), to save himself and the terrorized townsfolk.

The feature is written by Wiles and Shem Bitterman, whose 10-year-old daughter Annabelle will play one of the endangered residents. Bitterman, Wiles, Kurt Tuffendsam, Mark Koetting, Michael O'Shea and Tom Rooker are producing the project with executive producer Brent Herrin.

Wiles is best known as Maurice Bosco Boscorelli on NBC's long-running series Third Watch. He recently directed the drama Lenexa, 1 Mile with co-writer/director Bitterman. »

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