Meg Ryan may replace Annette Bening to star in "Homeland Security."
Seems a change is about to be made on "Homeland Security" cast line-up. According to reports compiled by Production Weekly, Oscar-nominated actress Annette Bening may be replaced by "You've Got Mail" star Meg Ryan. No clear explanation yet on how the speculation suddenly sparks, so please keep up with this site for further information next.
Described as a mystery in the tradition of Alfred Hitchcock's "To Catch a Thief", "Security" has already billed Antonio Banderas as the lead actor with Thomas Joseph Adams and Norm MacDonald co-starring. Script is entrusted into the hands of George Gallo who also takes the helming duty. Filming is slated to begin on October 2 at locations around Shreveport, Louisiana and will run for about one month.
Ryan, a native of Fairfield, Connecticut, has long been known to be an actress specializing in romantic comedies. Her past credits include "When Harry Met Sally" (1989), "Sleepless in Seattle" (1993), and "Kate & Leopold" (2001) opposite Hugh Jackman.