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.