Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman to join Liam Hemsworth in “Paranoia”

Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman to join Liam Hemsworth in “Paranoia”

PanARMENIAN.Net - In a hot package fast coming together to start production this summer, Robert Luketic will direct Paranoia, a corporate espionage thriller that is set in the world of dueling telecom giants.

The Hunger Games’ Liam Hemsworth is set to play the lead, and Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman are in advanced negotiations to join him, Deadline reported.

The film, an adaptation of the Joseph Finder novel, is being fully financed by Stuart Ford’s IM Global, and the most recent script draft is by Jason Hall. Barry Levy (Vantage Point) wrote the initial version. The film’s being produced by Emjag’s Alexandra Milchan, Film 360′s Scott Lambert and Gaumont.

Hemsworth’s repped by WME and ROAR, Ford by UTA and Oldman by Douglas Management Group and APA.

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