Kate Bosworth, Demi Moore, Ellen Barkin and Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn are attached to star in Mandalay Pictures’ drama "Devil In My Shoes," individuals close to the production have told TheWrap.
Sam Levinson will make his directorial debut on the project, which he also wrote. The logline is currently being kept under wraps.
Levinson previously did a rewrite on Anchor Bay’s upcoming action-comedy "Operation: Endgame," which is set for release on July 27.
The project is currently in pre-production but no start date has been finalized yet.
Bosworth’s last big-screen outing was "21," although she recently wrapped Rod Lurie’s highly-anticipated remake of "Straw Dogs." Bosworth will also appear in a segment of the outrageous omnibus film "Untitled Comedy."
Burstyn recently played Barbara Bush in Oliver Stone’s "W." and next appears in "Main Street" opposite Orlando Bloom, Colin Firth and Amber Tamblyn. She is represented by Innovative Artists.
Barkin made waves at Cannes with her performance in Cam Archer’s "Sh-t Year." She has Joel Schumacher’s "Twelve" coming out this summer, and is also a key member of the impressive ensemble of "Operation: Endgame."
Moore recently starred in the indie comedy "The Joneses" and next stars opposite Josh Hartnett and Woody Harrelson in Guy Moshe’s "Bunraku." She’s also attached to star in "LOL" with Miley Cyrus.
CAA represents Moore, Barkin and Levinson, while WME represents Bosworth.