Following their recent teaming in 'Body of Lies', the star of 'Titanic' and Ridley Scott have been reported to be working together once again for another film project entitled 'The Low Dweller'.
The star of "The Aviator" Leonardo DiCaprio is said to be once again working together with acclaimed filmmaker Ridley Scott for a new dark thriller feature film "The Low Dweller". According to Hollywood Reporter, the 33-year-old actor will be joining Scott in the producers' seat for the first time scribbler Brad Ingelsby's film.
Aside from acting as the film's producer, the co-star of Djimon Hounsou in "Blood Diamond" is said to also be attached to the film project, while Scott reportedly has laid his eyes on the chance to direct the movie. Prior to this project, DiCaprio has teamed up with the 70-year-old director in drama thriller "Body of Lies", in which he played the leading character alongside Russell Crowe under the direction of Scott.
"Dweller" tells the story of a newly released from jail man who tries to blend into the society. However, hit attempt was disturbed as someone from his dark past caught with him to settle the previous problem. The film which filming rights have been bought by Relativity Media on Wednesday (19.03.08) will be set in Indiana in the mid-1980s.