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Amber Heard Joining THREE TO DAYS KILL Opposite Kevin Costner

December 15, 2012
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Amber Heard ("Rum Diary") is now set to star opposite Kevin Costner in the new McG action thriller "Three Days To Kill", being released by Relativity Media. She'll be joining Hailee Steinfeld ("True Grit") who was confirmed to join the project a few weeks ago.

The film revolves around a dying Secret Service agent played by Costner, who decides to retire to spend the rest of his limited time with his estranged family. Heard is set as the lead female character who tries to tempt the agent to fulfill one last assignment in exchange for a drug that could save his life. The mysterious drug has hallucinatory side effects so it will be interesting to see how McG plays that one out.

No production timeline or release date has been set yet but we'll keep you posted as the story develops.

Source: Collider

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