We’ve learned of some new casting possibilities for Brad Anderson’s serial killer thriller Jack that’s been delayed after a planned August shoot. We’re told that Liev Schreiber (Scream, The Omen, Wolverine, Repo Men) has been offered the lead role of ‘Jack’, with Samuel L. Jackson (Snakes on a Plane) in negotiating for ‘Pete Chandler’. No word on what this means for John Cusack who was originally cast way back in May. Penned by David Venable, the film centers on a doctor who rehabilitates and ultimately falls for an accident victim with memory loss, unaware that he is actually a killer. Anderson directed Session 9, The Machinist, Transiberian and the forthcoming Vanishing on 7th Street.
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