Tyler, Dorff and Jovovich Count to ".45"

by | April 18, 2005 | Comments

Screenwriter Gary Lennon, whose last feature was 1995’s "Drunks," will write and direct the crime thriller ".45" for Mobius Entertainment. So far the cast includes Milla Jovovich, Aisha Tyler, Angus Macfadyen and Stephen Dorff, and Variety desrcibes the project (vaguely) as a "doublecross pic is set in the underworld of Hell’s Kitchen." The production gets underway this week in Toronto.

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