Brendan Fraser and Kristin Scott Thomas will star in Neil LaBute‘s new film, Seconds of Pleasure.
And that’s not all, because according to some new reports, Colin Firth and Ed Harris are in talks to appear in the film as well.
LaBute is best known for his controversial films In the Company of Men and Your Friends and Neighbors and his play The Shape of Things which he also adapted for the screen.
Check out the Seconds of Pleasure synopsis part:
“This time, in LaBute’s debut collection of stories, he brings to the page his cutting humor and compelling take on the shadowy terrain of the human heart.
Seductive and disturbing, the stories in Seconds of Pleasure are not for the faint of heart. Each potent and pithy tale finds men and women exploiting-or at the mercy of-the hidden fault lines that separate them: a woman leaves her family at their vacation home after discovering her husband in a compromising situation in “Time Share.”
A middle-aged man obsesses over a scab on the calf of a pretty young girl in “Boo-Boo”; and a vain Hollywood actor gets his comeuppance in “Soft Target.”
Infused with LaBute’s trademark wit and black humor, Seconds of Pleasure unleashes his imagination in stories that offer unflinching insight into our very human shortcomings and impure urges with shocking candor.”
And that’s pretty much all we know about this project beside the fact it will shoot in the UK this March.
As usual, we’ll keep you updated.