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15 March 2011   3 Comments

The Academy Award-winning actor may appear with Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska, the Daily Mail said.

British actor Colin Firth will star in the South Korean helmer Park Chan-Wook’s new mystery drama Stoker, according to the U.K.’s Daily Mail newspaper.

Oscar Winner Colin Firth Looking for Comedic Roles
But Moho Film, Park’s film company, refused to comment further to The Hollywood Reporter, saying details will be released in the next three weeks.

The film, Park’s ambitious Hollywood debut and his first English-language film, delves into the life of a girl who rejoins her uncle after the death of her father. Firth, who won the Academy Award for Best Actor in The King’s Speech, appears set for the uncle’s role.

Written by Prison Break star Wentworth Miller, Stoker is rumored as a vampire film — the title may reference Dracula author Bram Stoker — starring Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska (The Kids Are All Right).

Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com

  • sara
    Posted on March 16, 2011

    Read Wentworth’s interviews. He says it’s NOT a vampire film.

  • Gracia
    Posted on March 18, 2011

    Things are going so well with Stoker it is so great. I have not read it yet though. Have you?

  • ILona
    Posted on April 09, 2011

    Very interesting…Will be wait)

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