"Saw" actor Cary Elwes has been added to the star-studded cast list of "Georgia Rule."
Those who are eager to look for more Cary Elwes onscreen now can add "Georgia Rule" as a movie worth to see of in the future for the actor has been confirmed to join the picture's star-studded cast, following the likes of Jane Fonda, Lindsay Lohan, and Felicity Huffman.
Known for his performances in "The Princess Bride", "Glory", "Robin Hood: Men in Tights", "The Crush" and "Saw", Elwes is billed to portray Huffman's upstanding husband who secretly molests his stepdaughter played by Lohan. The movie itself is set to be a dramatic feature which revolves around Lohan's character who is sent by her dysfunctional mother to spend a summer with her grandmother to later lead them all to revelations of buried family secrets.
A project of Morgan Creek Production, "Georgia Rule" is scheduled for a summer 2007 release and has already begun its filming since late June this year under the direction of Garry Marshall with scripts written by Mark Andrus, lauded for his work in "As Good as It Gets."