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3 items from 2009

Tom Selleck falls victim to 'Five Killers'

23 March 2009 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Tom Selleck, Catherine O'Hara and Martin Mull have joined the cast of "Five Killers," a Lionsgate action comedy that stars Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl.

The project is being directed by Robert Luketic ("21"). Filming starts this month in France and Atlanta for a June 4, 2010, release.

The story follows a hitman (Kutcher) at the top of his game who falls for a computer tech (Heigl) and decides to hang up his guns. Years later, their suburban bliss is ruptured when he finds out there's a hit out on him, forcing him and his spooked wife to go on the run.

Selleck and O'Hara will play Heigl's overprotective father and adoring mother. Mull will play Holbrook, Kutcher's handler.

Bob DeRosa wrote the original screenplay, with additional work by Ted Griffin.

Scott Aversano is producing with Katalyst Films' Jason Goldberg. Mike Karz, Josie Rosen, Christopher Pratt and Chad Marting are executive producing. »

- By Jay A. Fernandez and Borys Kit

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Katherine Heigl will join Ashton Kutcher in "Five Killers"

19 February 2009 | | See recent news »

Katherine Heigl will join Ashton Kutcher in "Five Killers," a thriller from Lionsgate. This reteams Heigl with her director of her upcoming romantic comedy "The Ugly Truth" where she stars alongside Gerard Butler. The story follows a young woman who, whilst on vacation, meets the man of her dreams. Kutcher apparently plays a former hit man. The couples romance is thrown into turmoil when a person from his past hires a group of assassins (their neighbors) to do him in.   Scott Aversano is producing with Katalyst Films' Jason Goldberg. Also serving as producers are Chad MartingMike Karz, Josie Rosen and Christopher Pratt.   The film starts shooting next month in Atlanta and then the south of France. Heigl was in the headlines recently with rumors running that she may leave her role in "Grey's Anatomy." Read about that story here.   »

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Jay Chandrasekhar to helm 'Opposites'

12 January 2009 6:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Jay Chandrasekhar of Broken Lizard fame has signed on to direct "Opposites Attract," a comedy from Bold Films.

Written by Dan Ewen, "Opposites" is a body-switching comedy involving a young couple who must "walk a mile in each other's shoes" in order to make their relationship work.

Bold and Chandrasekhar are aiming to do an R-rated take on the body-switching genre while looking at the differences between the sexes.

Although Chandrasekhar helmed such Broken Lizard films as "Super Troopers" and "Beerfest" and tends to work with his comedy troupe, "Opposites" is not a Broken Lizard production.

Bold's Michel Litvak and David Lancaster are producing with Elements Entertainment's Chad Marting and Christopher Pratt. Gary Michael Walters is executive producing, with Garrick Dion co-producing.

The company's Stephanie Denton is handling domestic and international sales.

Bold is in production on Joe Dante's supernatural thriller "The Hole" with Haley Bennett and Teri Polo »

- By Borys Kit

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