"Deadwood" Devil to Star in Woody Allen's Next Film

by | June 6, 2005 | Comments

Variety informs that the painfully entertaining Ian McShane (best known as Al Swearengen on HBO’s "Deadwood") will spend his hiatus working on Woody Allen‘s next movie. Scarlett Johansson is already on board (having just worked with Mr. Allen on "Match Point") and the trio will get to the moviemaking in England some time real soon. (Ian has to be back in "Deadwood" for Season 3!)

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