Today: February 22, 2024

Rosamund Pike Wants To Return To Sender

Rosamund Pike, the actress last seen helping out Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher, has signed on to star in psychological thriller Return To Sender.  The film, which has been written by Patricia Beauchamp and Joe Gossett, will see Pike as a small town nurse whose life is forever changed after she goes on a blind date with Evil Dead’s Shiloh Fernandez, who isn’t quite what he claims to be.  With her life shattered, Pike must try and find a way to carry on with the help of her father, to be played by Nick Nolte.  Rogue Gallery director Fouad Mikati is set to direct the film.  Before she gets all psychologically thrilled, Pike will soon be seen opposite Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in Edgar Wright’s The World’s End before getting a little suicidal opposite Pierce Brosnan and Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul.  Source – The Hollywood Reporter 

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