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Tim Robbins to Direct Michelle Pfeiffer and Chloe Moretz in Man Under

Source:   Variety
November 7, 2012


Although his name was just attached to direct the upcoming City of Lies, Tim Robbins will first helm an indie drama called Man Under, Variety reports. Michelle Pfeiffer and Chloe Moretz will star alongside Robbins himself.

The film, an original story from screenwriter Ann Cherkis, follows a family whose life is turned upside down when a photo of them is held on display in a gallery exhibit at the Musuem of Modern Art.

Pfeiffer and Moretz appeared together as mother and daughter earlier this year in Tim Burton's Dark Shadows.

Scott Lambert, Alexandra Milchan and Aimee Peyronnet are attached to produce.



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