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Riley Keough is going Under the Silver Lake.
The Girlfriend Experience and American Honey actress is in final negotiations to co-star in David Robert MItchell’s modern-day noir crime thriller, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
She joins Andrew Garfield, Dakota Johnson and Topher Grace in the Los Angeles-set project. A24 acquired domestic rights to the title at the Cannes Film Festival.
Michael De Luca (The Social Network) will produce under his Michael De Luca Productions banner, with Chris Bender, Jack Weiner and Adele Romanski also attached as producers. Lucy Kitada will oversee the film for Michael De Luca Productions.
Keough adds the project to her packed slate of upcoming films, including The Discovery, Charlie McDowell’s sci-fi romance toplined by Rooney Mara and Jason Segel; Steven Soderbergh’s star-studded comedy Logan Lucky; Trey Edward Shults‘ horror flick It Comes at Night starring Joel Edgerton and Carmen Ejogo; and Justin Kelly’s drama Welcome the Stranger.
Keough is repped by WME and Thirty Three Management.
have to play the dumb girlfriend forever until they finally get their chance,” the ‘Girlfriend Experience’ star says, as she talks with THR about Hollywood stereotypes, working with Steven Soderbergh and why she looks up to Brie Larson and Alicia Vikander.”]
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