In what’s shaping up to be a superb cast out of the gates, Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman are in late-stage negotiations to join the corporate espionage thriller, Paranoia. Headlined by Liam Hemsworth (The Hunger Games), Paranoia takes place in the business world (obviously) and involves a duel between telecom giants. Plot and casting details are under wraps at the moment, but with production scheduled to begin this summer, that should change shortly. Directed by Robert Luketic (21) – whose diamond heist picture, Brilliant, has experienced delays – Paranoia will shoot on location in New York and Mumbai. Deadline reports that Luketic will direct the IM Global picture from a recent script draft by Jason Hall (Spread).
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