Bruce Willis Is On For Ten

But the plot's under wraps

Bruce Willis has signed up to star in Ten for producer Joe Roth, an auld mucker of the star's who he's worked with seven times before. We know the film's a drama, but much of the rest of the details remain under wraps.

Ten is due to start shooting in December, with Patrick Allesandrin, who directed District 13: Ultimatum wielding the megaphone. The script was written by Skip Woods, who despite sounding like some sort of golf term is an experienced, action-oriented screenwriter who's worked on Swordfish, Hitman, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and recently The A-Team.

The film's currently set to cost less than $35m, which puts it in more firmly dramatic, low-key territory than you might otherwise expect from this writer and star, but we'll bring you more as we hear it.