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Isla Fisher joins husband Sacha Baron Cohen in “Grimsby” spy spoof

Isla Fisher joins husband Sacha Baron Cohen in “Grimsby” spy spoof

PanARMENIAN.Net - Fresh off back-to-back box office hits “The Great Gatsby” and “Now You See Me,” Isla Fisher has signed on to join her husband Sacha Baron Cohen in Sony's upcoming spy spoof “Grimsby” TheWrap said.

The action-comedy finds Mark Strong (“Kick-Ass”) playing a British black ops spy who is forced to go on the run and team up with his idiotic English football hooligan brother (Baron Cohen).

Ian McShane and Rebel Wilson co-star alongside Annabelle Wallis, David Harewood, Oscar-nominated “Precious” star Gabourey Sidibe and English comedian Johnny Vegas.

Fisher will tackle a key supporting role, possibly as a femme fatale or other comely vixen. Louis Leterrier (“Now You See Me”) is directing from a script by Baron Cohen, Phil Johnston and Peter Baynham, with Baron Cohen and Johnston sharing story credit.

Baron Cohen and Nira Park will produce, while Johnston and Baynham will executive produce along with Adam McKay, Todd Schulman and Working Title's Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner. Louise Rosner and James Biddle and Ant Hines are also executive producers on the project, which will start production this summer.

Fisher next stars in the Blumhouse movie “Visions” and Dan Schechter's Elmore Leonard adaptation “Life of Crime.”

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