Hollywood hunk Brad Pitt has been cast alongside George Clooney and Frances McDormand in dark comedy "Burn After Reading."
Appears to still be high on demand, Brad Pitt has landed deals to reunite with his "Ocean's Thirteen" co-star George Clooney in Working Title Films-produced "Burn After Reading."
A black comedy about the CIA, pic revolves around a CIA agent who loses a disc containing the manuscript he has written about some of his secret missions. Plot details, however, are being kept in secrecy and it is still unclear what role Pitt is set to portray.
Filming is due to begin in late August this year with Joel Coen directing from the script he wrote alongside his brother Ethan Coen and his wife Frances McDormand starring in. The brothers will also produce the flick accompanied by Working Title's Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner for Focus Features to distribute it worldwide.