Four get away with 'Little Murder'

Post-Hurricane Katrina supernatural thriller

Bokeem Woodbine, Peter Jason, Noah Bean and Deborah Ann Woll have joined the cast of the supernatural thriller "Little Murder" from Mind in Motion Entertainment.

Josh Lucas, Terrence Howard and Lake Bell are already filming the post-Hurricane Katrina mystery written by Gerald Di Pego ("The Forgotten") and Justin Di Pego and directed by Peter Antonijevic.

"Murder" centers on a disgraced New Orleans police detective trying to find the killer of a beautiful cellist -- with the girl's ghost assisting.

Mind in Motion's Silvio Muraglia is producing the film, which is shooting in Detroit and New Orleans. Foreign sales are being handled by third-party sales agent Lisa Wilson of Parlay Films.

Woodbine, repped by Gersh and the Artist Representation Group, has appeared in "Ray," "The Rock" and "Dead Presidents."

Jason, repped by Diverse Talent Group, has appeared in "Heartbreak Ridge," "Adaptation" and "Seabiscuit" and on TV in "Deadwood" and "Mad Men."

Bean, repped by Gersh and manager Nick Campbell, was a regular on FX's "Damages."

Woll, repped by Stone Manners Agency and Marshak/Zachary, has a recurring role on HBO's "True Blood." She next films the "Mother's Day" remake for Twisted Pictures.

The WME-repped Antonijevic directed "Savior" and "Run for the Money."