18 March 2013 4:36 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Hugh Jackman has made his first film commitment since landing a Best Actor Oscar nomination for last year’s Les Miserables.  The actor has signed on to star in Paramount’s feature film adaptation of the upcoming Harlan Coben mystery novel Six Years.  The book tells the story of Jake Fisher, a man who, after having watched the love of his life marry another man six years prior, decides to attend this other man’s funeral in the hopes of spotting his former flame.  Once Jake realizes that the mourning widow is not Natalie but another woman entirely, his past memories with Natalie are thrown into question.  Hit the jump for more.  Per THR, Paramount does not yet have a writer or director attached to Six Years, but former Fox executive Tom Rothman is producing.  Though Coben’s novels are a favorite among mystery/thriller fans, Six Years will mark »


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