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Lena Headey Is A Tell-Tale
Joining Ridley Scott produced thriller

17 March 2008  |  Written by Olly Richards  |  Source: Coming Soon

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Lena Headey, currently fending off unfriendly futuristic cyborgs in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, has signed on to star in Tell-Tale for Scott Free Productions reports Coming Soon.

In the modern take on the Edgar Allan Poe story 'The Tell-Tale Heart' she'll play alongside Josh Lucas, who takes on the role of a single father who  undergoes a heart transplant and then embarks on a desperate hunt for his donor's murderer before the man comes after him as well. Headey's role is unspecified.

Ridley and Tony Scott  and Michael Costigan will produce for Scott Free, with Martin Shore and Christopher Tuffin also producing. Shooting is set to start later this month.

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Please make a The Raven movie too.
I agree with Frank Comiskey with Lena being one of the sexiest on earth as she's a good actress too with her superb peformance in 300. It could so easily been just a boys own comic book action romp but she (alongside Gerard Butlers performance) added some much need humanity to it too. She's also fantastic in The Sarah Connor Chronicles (which is actually rather good instead of the further insult to James Camerons' originals which I feared). More

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they already did the eye thing - badly
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Lena Headey? Possibly the most beautiful woman in the world. As far as this flick; a very interesting piece of news.................many years ago, Hitchcock had a synopsis for a caper about a blind guy who gets the eyes of someone who has been murdered, and, sure as eggs-au-fait, he goes to a Disneyland-Style themepark, and realizes that a bloke in front of him is the killer of the person whose peepers he now has..................cat and mouse follows, and Hatchplot intended the story to More

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