Parts Per Billion
Frank Langella, Rosario Dawson, Josh Hartnett, and Gena Rowlands are set to headline Brian Horiuchi’s ensemble drama “Parts Per Billion” at Benaroya Pictures.
The story focuses on three couples who become caught up in a “reality-shaking event” that changes the course of their lives. The third couple have yet to be cast. [Source: The Wrap]
Adrien Brody is attached to star in Kevin Asch’s thriller “King’s Highway” for Cargo Entertainment and Appian Way. Shooting kicks off next summer in New York and Israel.
The 1980s-set story follows a former ex-Mossad agent who is torn by split loyalties when he infiltrates the New York mafia. Antonio Macia (“Holy Rollers”) wrote the screenplay. [Source: Screen Daily]
Old Folk’s Place
Catherine Deneuve and Harvey Keitel are set to play late-blooming lovers in Robert Cantarella’s $6.4 million untitled romantic drama at Les Films d’Ici and Cine Plus. Shooting kicks off next Fall in Brussels and Los Angeles.
Deneuve will star as a retired Beglian divorcee who decides to start a new life in Los Angeles with her 30-something boyfriend. After he gets killed, she decides to move by herself. She soon starts a passionate relationship with an older man (Keitel). [Source: Variety]
Sharon Leal, Tasha Smith, William Levy, Emayatzy Corinealdi and Tyson Beckford will join Boris Kodjoe in the Billie Woodruff-directed erotic drama of “Addicted” at Lionsgate. Shooting kicks off this week in Atlanta.
The story follows a woman named Leal whose perfectly quaint marriage isn’t enough and she soon finds herself satisfying her addiction to sex with other men, desires which take her down a dangerous path. [Source: THR]