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Susan Sarandon Joins ‘Still of Night’ Opposite Michelle Monaghan

Jonathan Mostow's thriller "Still of the Night" centers on a woman's desperate search for her missing sister

Susan Sarandon is in final negotiations to join "Still of Night," Exclusive Media said Friday. 

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The Oscar-winning actress would join Michelle Monaghan ("Mission: Impossible III") in the thriller with Jonathan Mostow ("Breakdown") on board to direct.  

"Still of Night" follows a young woman (Monaghan) in a desperate search to find her missing sister. After finding herself entangled in a conspiracy, she must outwit a devious criminal (Susan Sarandon) to save herself. 

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Sarandon has kept busy in recent years, etching memorable supporting roles in films such as Peter Jackson's murder fantasy "The Lovely Bones," "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" and the upcoming financial drama "Arbitrage." 

Exclusive Media will finance and produce the film along with writer/director Jonathan Mostow and Steve Alexander ("Season of the Witch") 

The project is scheduled to start shooting in August 2012.