Estevez Adds Another Trio of Actors to the "Bobby" Brigade

by | October 27, 2005 | Comments

Seems like every week we have a few new names to add to the "Bobby" cast, and this time it’s Lindsay Lohan, Shia LaBeouf, and Brian Geraghty — which means that Emilio Estevez‘ project now has enough cast member to fill three ensembles.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Bobby" is "Emilio Estevez’ project about the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, which he wrote and is directing.

Anthony Hopkins, Demi Moore, Sharon Stone, Elijah Wood, Nick Cannon and Freddy Rodriguez already are cast in the film, which is set to go into production next week in Los Angeles. Estevez also has a role.

Bold Films is financing and producing the ensemble film, which mixes fact and fiction to chronicle the intertwining lives of a grand cast of characters present at Los Angeles’ Ambassador Hotel in the hours leading up to Kennedy’s assassination.

Lohan plays a woman who marries her boyfriend’s brother (Wood) to keep him from going to Vietnam, only to fall in love with him.

LaBeouf plays a Kennedy campaign volunteer who decides to spend the day dropping acid. Geraghty also plays a campaign worker."

As a director, Mr. Estevez brought us "Wisdom," "Men at Work," "The War at Home," and "Rated X."

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