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Thursday 25 December 2014

Krakowski joins cast of Pixels

Jane Krakowski has joined the cast of Pixels
Jane Krakowski has joined the cast of Pixels

Jane Krakowski has joined the cast of big-budget adventure movie Pixels.

The 30 Rock actress will star alongside Adam Sandler, Peter Dinklage and Kevin James, Deadline reported.

Pixels centres around an ageing video game champion Jules Brenner (Adam), who is asked to defend the world against an alien invasion.

Jane will play the First Lady to President Cooper, played by Kevin, who also happens to be an ex-girlfriend of Jules.

Brian Cox, Ashley Benson, Josh Gad and Michelle Monaghan also star in the film, directed by Harry Potter filmmaker Chris Columbus, which is currently shooting in Toronto.

Pixels, written by Tim Herlihy and Tim Dowling, is based on a 2010 internet short by Patrick Jean and is expected to open in May next year.

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