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Michelle Williamson & Joel Edgerton Have Double Hour

Michelle Williams and Joel Edgerton, stars last seen in Oz The Great And The Powerful and Zero Dark Thirty respectively, have both signed on to star in the remake of Italian thriller The Double Hour.  The original film, which was released in 2009, sees a new couple falling hopelessly in love with each other until, while on a weekend getaway, her murky past begins to catch up with them as they find themselves part of a well-planned robbery as her world collapses around her.  The new film will be written and directed by Maria Full Of Grace director Joshua Marston.  Edgerton will be seen shortly in Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby before donning the six-shooter for troubled project Jane Got A Gun.  Williams meanwhile is set to star opposite Kristin Scott Thomas for Sweet francaise.  Source – Deadline  

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