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Mila Kunis will be joining the cast of Paul Haggis’ drama film Third Person.
Starting in October, the film will shoot in Rome, New York and Paris on a $28 million budget.
According to Variety, Haggis is already in Rome working on pre-production.
He told Variety that the film focuses on three love stories that intertwine, saying, “The three stories look at the beginning, middle and end of a relationship. The couple in Italy represents the beginning, Paris the middle and New York the end.”
Kunis will be joining Liam Neeson, who will play a journalist, and Olivia Wilde, who will play a New York Gossip columnist.
Haggis also told Variety that, “these are complex characters in a challenging story. I'm thrilled we are attracting such an amazing cast."
James Franco and Casey Affleck are in talks to join the cast. Affleck is in negotiations to play one-half of the Italian couple, and Franco may play Kunis’ other half.
Kunis and Franco previously worked together in Oz: The Great and Powerful and in a parody of The Hills.
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