Emma Roberts, William Moseley in 'Education'


CANNES -- Emma Roberts and William Moseley will be going to school in "A Great Education," which is also set to star Ben Kingsley.

Written by Chris Keyser, who will also direct, the project concerns a working class young man (Moseley) who enters Harvard College, where he joins the singing group the Krockodiloes, gets mixed up in the social whirl and falls for a society girl (Roberts.)

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Roberts will next been seen in the Focus fall release "It's Kind of a Funny Story" and the upcoming "What's Wrong With Virginia." Moseley played Peter Pevensie in the first two "Chronicles of Narnia" movies.

A Myriad Films-Equinoxe Films co-production, the film shoots this fall in Toronto.

Laurence Mark and Myriad president and CEO Kirk D'Amico are producing, with Dan Halsted and Equinoxe head Michael Mosca as exec producers.

Myriad is selling worldwide rights at Cannes, with Myriad and WME co-repping the film for domestic sales.
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