Sam Worthington Gets Into Debt

Many Australian actors struggle to make it big in Hollywood, but not Sam Worthington. Those international audiences unfamiliar with his Aussie efforts like “Gettin’ Square,” “Macbeth,” “Rogue” and “Somersault” will get your first big squizz at him in next year’s “Terminator Salvation”. I hope you like him because his post-Terminator resume is filling up fast. Not content with James Cameron’s “Avatar”, the “Clash of the Titans” remake, and the Keira Knightley drama “Last Night”, the Aussie boy will star alongside Dame Helen Mirren in the John Madden-directed actioneer “Debt” for Miramax Films and Marv Films says Variety.

An English-language remake of the Israeli thriller Ha-hov, Worthington and Mirren will play Israeli Mossad agents hunting a Nazi war criminal. “Stardust” scribes Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman wrote the screenplay. Vaughn will also produce.