Four tune in, turn on, drop into 'Hippie'
EmptySienna Miller, Cillian Murphy, Max Minghella and newcomer Emma Booth will star in the 1960s counterculture dramedy "Hippie Hippie Shake" for Working Title Films.
Universal Pictures will distribute the film, which is based on Richard Neville's account of his misadventures in London at the end of the swinging '60s. Beeban Kidron is set to direct from a screenplay by Lee Hall ("Billy Elliot").
Shooting is scheduled to begin in the fall in London.
Working Title's Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner are producing.
Miller, most recently seen in "Factory Girl," is repped by Endeavor.
Murphy, whose recent credits include acclaimed turns in "The Wind That Shakes the Barley" and "Breakfast on Pluto," is handled by UTA and attorney David Weber.
Minghella, best known for his role in "Art School Confidential," is repped by CAA and attorney Jeff Arden Bernstein.