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Tuesday 2 June 2015

Ehle joins Black And White film

Jennifer Ehle has been cast in Black And White
Jennifer Ehle has been cast in Black And White

Jennifer Ehle has been cast in indie drama Black And White.

The Zero Dark Thirty actress will join the cast alongside Andre Holland and Bill Burr, reported Deadline.

Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer are already on board for the film, which will be directed by Mike Binder.

Man Of Steel star Kevin will play a man who is widowed after his wife dies in a car crash and finds himself in a custody battle over his biracial daughter.

The Help actress Octavia is set to play the girl's grandmother, while Andre will star as his drug addict son-in-law.

It hasn't been announced who Jennifer and Bill will play.

Production on the film is slated to start in New Orleans this week.

Jennifer, 43, can next be seen in upcoming 3D science fiction action film RoboCop.

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