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THR's 5 July Book Picks: Jagger, Jack Kennedy, Jennifer Weiner's Latest, 'Twilight' for Grown-ups and an Olympian Drama

17 July 2012 10:29 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

July's book picks offer something for everyone, from thriller to dramas and from rock bios to witches and vampires.  Photos: Summer's Best Beach Reads Here's five books catching Hollywood's attention this month.  1. Olympian Drama Gold (Chris Cleave; Simon & Schuster, 336 pages, July 3) Who it's by: The author of the hit novels-turned-into-movies Incendiary (released in 2008 with Ewan McGregor and Michelle Williams) and Little Bee (forthcoming with Nicole Kidman). What it's about: Two British cyclists, rivals and training partners in their early 30s are gunning for the 2012 Olympics. It's the last shot

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The Railway Man, starring Colin Firth, to be shot in Queensland

8 February 2012 9:24 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Australian-uk co-production The Railway Man will reunite actor Colin Firth with producer Andy Paterson after almost 10 years.

Firth, best known for winning an Academy Award for his portrayal of King George VI in The King.s Speech, last worked with Paterson on Girl With A Pearl Earring in 2003. The film received several gongs and nods on the circuit, mainly for cinematography (Eduardo Serra).

Since 2003, the UK-based Paterson has produced three films . Beyond the Sea (2004), Incendiary (2008) and last year.s dark tale Burning Man. The latter.s director . Jonathan Teplitzky . will also be reunited with Paterson on The Railway Man and will sit in the director.s chair.

.Jonathan.s a great guy and he.s perfect for it . he brings a kind of perception and energy to the whole project which is very exciting,. said Australian producer Chris Brown, who is undertaking producing duties alongside Paterson and Bill Curbishley.

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The Railway Man, starring Colin Firth, to be shot in Queensland

8 February 2012 9:24 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Australian-uk co-production The Railway Man will reunite actor Colin Firth with producer Andy Paterson after almost 10 years. Firth, best known for winning an Academy Award for his portrayal of King George VI in The King.s Speech, last worked with Paterson on Girl With A Pearl Earring in 2003. The film received several gongs and nods on the circuit, mainly for cinematography (Eduardo Serra). Since 2003, the UK-based Paterson has produced three films . Beyond the Sea (2004), Incendiary (2008) and last year.s dark tale Burning Man. The latter.s director . Jonathan Teplitzky . will also be reunited with Paterson on The Railway Man and will sit in the director.s chair. .Jonathan.s a great guy and he.s perfect for it . »

- Sam Dallas

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