Harrison Ford Joining Rob Reiner's 'You Belong to Me' with Zac Efron
Lately Harrison Ford has been dabbling in sci-fi again with Cowboys & Aliens and the adaptation of Ender's Game coming next year. But soon he'll get more grounded with the financial thriller Paranoia, facing off against Gary Oldman, and now he's taking on another thriller. The Wrap has word that Ford and Zac Efron are in talks to star in You Belong to Me, a thriller described as being in the same vein as Cape Fear. What's really interesting about this new project is that This is Spinal Tap and When Harry Met Sally director Rob Reiner is behind the film that's looking to start shooting in March of next year. More below!
The story follows Ford as a psychiatrist who has a difficult time after one of his female patients commits suicide. He ends up bonding with her brother James (Efron). But things become more difficult when he lets James into his life and James begins seducing his wife and daughter. It's easy to see why Cape Fear is being used to hype up the project, and with Ford and Efron involved, the pot is even sweeter. Reiner has directed a slew of different films in a variety of genres like A Few Good Men, Misery, Flipped, The American President, The Princess Bride and, of course, North, and this still sounds like something different.
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Dang Ethan, when I saw Ford's picture I thought this was another Star Wars announcement!!
Gohikeone on Nov 1, 2012
Wouldn't it be the ultimate fucking bomb if Ford, Hamill and Fisher would be back for at least 1 movie or the entire next trilogy? I mean how fucking cool would that be, seriously? Probably the greatest event in all of movie history. No one could argue. Nothing would top this return. Nothing. No matter what anybody says. Solo married Lea, Luke being alone and secluded, eventually being seduced by the Dark Side and killing Solo!!! GOOOOOOOOOOOOD DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMN!!!!!!!
TheRagingCajun on Nov 1, 2012
Oh boy, the Star Wars comments are overflowing everywhere!
Ethan Anderton on Nov 1, 2012
Missing quote in article title.
OfficialJab on Nov 1, 2012
Harrison Ford turned down Nick Nolte's role in "Cape Fear," ironically.
Smithian on Feb 13, 2013
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