Anne Hathaway, Tim Robbins Join Mark Ruffalo in Todd Hayne's Untitled DuPont Lawsuit Movie
Bill Camp, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, William Jackson Harper and Bill Pullman also join the Participant Media film.
Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins have joined Mark Ruffalo in Participant Media's upcoming movie by director Todd Haynes about a real-life DuPont environmental lawsuit.
The film will be directed by Todd Haynes and produced by Ruffalo and Killer Films. Bill Camp, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, William Jackson Harper and Bill Pullman also join the ensemble cast for an untitled project based on Nathaniel Rich's New York Times article about a lawyer who took on DuPont, the chemical giant.
The movie's script is penned by Matthew Carnahan and Mario Correa. Ruffalo, Pamela Koffler and Christine Vachon will produce the film, with Jeff Skoll and Jonathan King executive producing along with Michael Sledd.
Robert Bilott, the corporate defense attorney who took on an environmental suit against DuPont, and will be played by Ruffalo, will serve as a consultant on the film. Participant’s Robert Kessel will oversee development and production.
Production on the film starts next week in Cincinnati. Hathaway, who will next be seen in the mystery thriller Serenity, is represented by CAA. Robbins and Pullman are represented by ICM.
Ruffalo and Harper are represented by UTA. Garber is represented by Industry Entertainment. Camp and Winningham are represented by Innovative Artists.