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Camilla Belle Will Get Freaky Deaky

Movement is beginning again on the long-in-development adaptation of Elmore Leonard‘s “ Freaky Deaky ” with a new actress boarding the project. The Playlist has learned that Camilla Belle (”10,000 B.C.,” “From Prada to Nada”) is attached to star in the film, with reps for the actress confirming her involvement. Based on Leonard’s 1988 novel, the Detroit-based narrative features a twisty plot involving a bomb-making ex-couple with radical politics who reunite for a score worth millions, while a cop with bomb squad experience tries to take them down. And while the crime-and-police milieu is familiar ground for Leonard, the bomb-making plot adds a twist to the author’s usual terrain. The project first started picking up steam during TIFF last year when William H. Macy signed to the film, and we presume he’s still involved (reps didn’t return inquiries at press time). A number of names are said to be circling the project at the moment, but two rumored actors— Sam Rockwell and Hayd


It Was Justified On behalf of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, we are pleased to present the official assets for JUSTIFIED: SEASON 1 , which will be available on DVD and Blu-Ray Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 . Timothy Olyphan t (“Damages” and “Deadwood”) stars as a modern-day Western hero based on the character created from legendary crime novelist Elmore Leonard from his short story, “Fire in the Hole.” Deputy Marshall Raylan Givens (Olyphant) is exiled to his hometown of Harlan County, Kentucky after the shooting of a Miami drug cartel hit man raises debate over his renegade style of law enforcement. Unfortunately it isn’t long before the people he left behind begin to surface in the most unexpected ways. Watch the trailer and DVD information after the Jump.. Special Features: - Season Two: A Look Ahead - Commentary on Fire in the Hole with Executive Producer Graham Yost, Actor Nick Searcy, Gregg Sutter and Director Michael Dinner - What Would Elmore Do? - Commentary