Jesse Bradford has taken a starring role in Americanized version of South Korean hit movie "My Sassy Girl."
Once more taking down comedic role after "Happy Endings", Jesse Bradford has signed on to star in "My Sassy Girl," a project from Gold Circle Films which is a remake of a 2001 South Korean rom-com flick originally entitled "Yeopgijeogin geunyeo."
Doing so, the 27-year-old actor thereby will share scenes with "Old School" star Elisha Cuthbert who has already been billed to play the title character. Yann Samuell is attached to direct based on script written by Vic Levin while Gold Circle's Paul Brooks, Vertigo's Roy Lee, and Maverick Films' Mark Morgan are set to produce.
Scheduled to start filming by early November this year in New York, the picture centers on a small-town guy from the Midwest whose life is turned upside down upon falling into a reckless, brazen girl who doesn't hesitate to vent her frustrations in public.
Bradford, an alumnus of Columbia University, is widely recognized for his role in the 2000 cult hit "Bring It On" opposite Kirsten Dunst. His next appearance on the big screen will be in Clint Eastwood's "Flags of Our Fathers" which is slated to open in theaters on October 20 under DreamWorks.