John Cusack and Hilary Duff have reportedly signed on to star together in Mark Roper's "Talking to Dog."
Making an express move to extend their onscreen collaboration after that in the upcoming "Brand Hauser: Stuff Happens", John Cusack and Hilary Duff will both come together again in a big screen project entitled "Talking with Dog", Moviehole has revealed.
Described as a cross between "Mad Max" and "Blue Velvet", the project is set in a post apocalyptic future where man has suffered the wrath of global warning, and woman have suffered the inability to have children. Into this condition arrives a young man who is able to show that love, in a dying world, is still alive and that there is always hope, even over greed.
Filming is expected to be commenced before mid-year with Rodrigo Santoro, Tom Conti, Joe Anderson, Lance Henriksen, and Steven Berkoff co-starring. Mark Roper is in charge to both write and direct while Alan Robinson and Neil Dunn are both set to produce.