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Sunday 24 May 2015

Aaron Paul 'excited' about new film

Aaron Paul has shared his delight after being cast in new film Fathers And Daughters.

The Breaking Bad star tweeted a link to a Variety article saying he had a role in the drama, and added the words: "Very excited about this one."

Aaron joins Russell Crowe and Amanda Seyfried - his co-star in the TV series Big Love - in the film.

The New York-set movie will focus on a woman (Amanda) as she deals with a crumbling relationship in the present day, and looks back on the relationship she had with her novelist father (Russell) while growing up. Aaron has been cast as the love interest of Amanda's character.

The script by Brad Desch was on the Black List of Hollywood's favourite unproduced screenplays.

Gabriele Muccino, who took the reins for The Pursuit Of Happyness and Seven Pounds, will direct.

Shooting on Fathers And Daughters is expected to start in December.

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