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Gary Oldman to Star Opposite Kevin Costner in CRIMINAL

July 11, 2014
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Gary Oldman will soon be seen in the sequel that everyone is buzzing about "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes". Now word of his next film has surfaced, which will see him play a villain opposite Kevin Costner in a new sci-fi thriller called "Criminal".

Ariel Vroman is directing the film, who brought us the very stylized drama "The Iceman", starring Michael Shannon. Douglas Cool and David Weisberg are penning the script, which revolves around Costner portraying a prison inmate who is implanted with the memories of a dead CIA operative, in order to prevent a huge disaster.

Oldman is undoubtedly the cream of the crop when it comes to acting. He can completely transform into heroes, villains, vampires and everything in between. Before this begins filming, his next dramatic film "Child 44" will release, which he stars opposite Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and will be reunited with his "RobocCop" co-star, Joel Kinnaman.

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Source: ComingSoon

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