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Jason Behr and Cam Gigandet have joined the cast of Oliver Stone’s investigative thriller “Pinkville.”
The film, being produced by United Artists and distributed through MGM, is based on the 1968 My Lai massacre that took place during the Vietnam War. Mikko Alanne wrote the script.
Behr will play Lt. Stephen Brooks, the commanding officer in charge of the GIs at My Lai. Gigandet will play Fred Widmar, a soldier who is wracked with guilt and shame after witnessing the slaughter that day.
Michael Pitt is being eyed for the part of the infamous Lt. Calley, who was found guilty of ordering the massacre.
Behr (“The Grudge”) will be seen in the upcoming “Frost” and is set to star in the thriller “The Tattooist.” He is repped by UTA and Robert Stein Management.
Gigandet (Fox’s “The O.C.”), who just wrapped “Get Some,” starring Amber Heard and Djimon Hounsou, is repped by Endeavor and Luber Roklin Entertainment.
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