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Steinfeld Joins McG's New Thriller with Costner

November 29, 2012
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Hailee Steinfeld first captivated audiences in "True Grit", a quirky western from the Coen Brothers. It's been announced that her next film endeavor has her playing opposite Kevin Costner in a new untitled action thriller by director McG. 

Luc Besson and Adi Hasak penned the script for the previously titled "Three Days to Kill". Costner stars as a Service agent who discovers he’s dying and tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter, while completing one final mission. He's taking an experimental drug that slows down death but has hallucinatory side effects. 

We'll keep you posted as the story develops.

Source: DarkHorizons 

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