Harrison Ford and Zac Efron are in negotiations to topline the thriller "You Belong To Me," for director Rob Reiner, a person familiar with the project told TheWrap.
Richard Lewis, Alan Greisman and Mark Damon are producing the film, which is aiming for a March 2013 start date. The film is being presented to buyers at this week's American Film Market in Santa Monica by Foresight Unlimited.
Ford would play a psychiatrist who has a difficult time after one of his female patients commits suicide. He ends up bonding with her brother James (Efron). But things become more difficult when he lets James into his life and James begins seducing his wife and daughter. The project is described along the lines of "Cape Fear."
Reiner has directed a wide range of films, including "This Is Spinal Tap" and "When Harry Met Sally." Greisman is Reiner's producing partner.
The duo have worked on scores of films together, including "Flipped" and "The Bucket List." Damon is handling some of the hottest films at the AFM, including "And So It Goes" with Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton, which Reiner, Damon and Greisman are producing.
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- Zac Efron
- Harrison Ford
- Mark Damon
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