The Los Angeles Times reported that Bruce Willis has landed a supporting role in conspiracy drama "Assassination of a High School President."
Continuously being showered with acting offers, Bruce Willis has given his commitment to take a supporting role in a big screen feature entitled "Assassination of a High School President", which appears to concern about a bullied high school journalist who is investigating the theft of the school's SAT exams.
The Los Angeles Times revealed that the actor will play a Desert Storm veteran-turned-Catholic school principal - the kind of guy who refers to his students as "filth" in the project, which it described as "a riff on JFK, All the President's Men and Robert Towne's neo-noir classic [Chinatown]."
Production on the movie is planned to begin July this year under Yari Film Group banner with fist-time helmer Brett Simon directing based on script penned by newcomers Tim Calpin and Kevin Jakubowski. It is said that Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan have already shown interest in the role of Francesca, the film's 'femme-fatale.'