Bosworth and Bloom to Brave the Depression Together

by | June 28, 2006 | Comments

Orlando Bloom and Kate Bosworth are two seriously photogenic young stars who’ve never worked together. That’s about to change. The pair will co-star in a Depression-era drama called "Seasons of Dust." Actor/director Tim Blake Nelson will be behind the camera on this one.

From Production Weekly via "In the film, Janey (Bosworth) takes refuge with a farm family after grandfather’s suicide. But when the son tries to rape her, she injures him badly. Not knowing if he is alive or dead, Janey flees, and ultimately takes up with Ricky (Bloom), a dashing crook who is also on the lam. With the law and two hired hit-men hot on their trailer, Janey and Ricky engage in a frantic cross-country odyssey, trying to stay one step ahead of their determined pursuers."

Production is scheduled to begin next month.

Mr. Nelson’s previous directorial efforts include "O," "The Grey Zone," and the upcoming TV movie "Haskett’s Chance."

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