Mila Kunis is joining the cast of the Oscar-winning director-writer Paul Haggis’s drama “Third Person,” with James Franco and Casey Affleck in negotiations to join the film.
“Third Person,” which has a budget of $28 million, is heading for a mid-October start date and is being produced and financed by Corsan Films.
Set in Rome, New York and Paris, where the film will shoot, “Third Person” features three interlocking love stories.
Previously announced cast members include Liam Neeson, who plays a journalist, and Olivia Wilde, who plays a New York gossip columnist.
Corsan founder Paul Breuls is producing with Haggis and his producing partner, Michael Nozik. Haggis will direct from his own script. CAA is co-representing domestic rights with Paradigm. Corsan is handling international rights.
Breuls and his president of sales, Pascal Borno, have brought a number of high-profile films to the marketplace recently and are heading into the Toronto International Film Festival next month with a strong slate.
Recent announcements include the Robert de Niro/John Travolta-starrer “Killing Season” from director Mark Steven Johnson; “Emperor,” an epic adventure from Lee Tamahori, which Corsan is financing and producing; Roland Joffe’s time travel film “Singularity,” which stars Josh Hartnett; and the Chet Baker biopic “The Prince of Cool” which Breuls is set to direct.
Breuls founded Corsan as a film production and financing company in 1989 in Antwerp, the Belgian fashion capital which is better known for producing some of the country’s more outlandish fashion designers, including Martin Margiela and Bernhard Wilhelm.
In 2003, he created the Corsan Tax Fund, which finances all of the company’s films. In 2008, he added Corsan World Sales. Haggis and Nozik’s production company Hwy 61 recently announced it was moving forward on a number of other projects, including a father-son apartheid project to be produced together with Olympus Pictures, and written and directed by Mukunda Michael Dewil.
Kunis is repped by CAA.
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MILA KUNIS has explained why she wanted to work with the house of Dior for a second season. The actress fronts the Miss Dior handbag autumn/winter 2012-13 campaign – and spoke backstage from the New York shoot.
“What attracted me to Dior I think was the idea of being a part of a lineage that is so admired and looked up to,” she said. “They’re very consistant with their designs; you see a Dior dress, you know it’s a Dior dress. They’re very classic, very consistent, really elegant and really beautiful.”
The 28-year-old also goes on to deliver high praise to photographer Mario Sorrenti, who shot her for the campaign – which was styled by Carine Roitfeld.
“Mario is one of the best photographers I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with, ever,” she said. “There’s a sense that’s very organic, and he captures really beautiful moments. He’s an amazing photographer.”
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With her new movie “Ted” having just recently made its way into theaters, Mila Kunis garnered herself a little added overseas exposure by covering the August 2012 issue of InStyle Australia magazine.
The 28-year-old actress looks picture perfect in baby blue for the Terry Richardson shot front page while dishing about everything from staying grounded in Tinseltown to her fashion staples.
Highlights from Miss Kunis’ interview are as follows.
Mila Kunis attended the panel for “Family Guy” at Comic-Con on Saturday. I have just added 41 HQ and MQ images from the panel into our photo gallery!
Mila Kunis is featured on the cover and inside the August 2012 issue of “Cleo” magazine in Australia! You can pick up your copy now!
Mila Kunis is featured on the cover and inside the August 2012 issue of “Interview” magazine! You can read the interview conducted by James Franco in our press archive and check out the cover below!