'Shutter' role developing for Jackson

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Joshua Jackson is set to join Rachael Taylor in Regency Enterprises' psychological thriller "Shutter," which begins shooting March 12 in Tokyo. Also joining the cast are David Denman ("The Office"), James Kyson Lee ("Heroes") and John Hensley ("Nip/Tuck").

From director Masayuki Ochiai, "Shutter," a remake of a 2004 Thai film, centers on a young American couple (Jackson and Taylor) on their honeymoon in Tokyo, who begin seeing ghostly images in their photos as well as around them.

Luke Dawson wrote the screenplay. Vertigo Entertainment's Roy Lee and Doug Davison are producing with Takashige Ichise. Alex Sundell is overseeing for Regency president of production Sanford Panitch.

20th Century Fox will distribute.

Jackson now appears in "Bobby" and will next be seen in Stuart Townsend's indie film "Battle in Seattle" starring Charlize Theron. He is repped by WMA, Michael Bircumshaw of Waterstreet and attorney Steve Warren.

Denman plays Roy, Pam's on-again/off-again boyfriend on the hit NBC comedy "The Office." He can next be seen in Miramax Films' "Smart People" and MGM's "Fan Boys." He's repped by APA and Hofflund Palone.

Lee plays Ando Masahashi in "Heroes." He's repped by the Geddes Agency.

Hensley plays Matt in "Nip/Tuck," and he next appears in Lionsgate's Sundance pickup "Teeth." He's repped by the Gersh Agency.
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