Brad Pitt has reportedly signed up to work alongside 'The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford' director Andrew Dominik for the film adaptation of 'Cogan's Trade'.
Brad Pitt has reportedly signed up to star in 'Cogan's Trade'.
The hunky actor is said to be keen to work alongside Andrew Dominik - who directed 'The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford', in which Brad played the titular character - for a second time, and has agreed to work on the filmmaker's new project.
Crime-based comedy 'Cogan's Trade' is to be a film adaptation of the popular George V Higgins novel, which sees mob enforcer Cogan (Pitt) investigating the robbery of a Mafia-run poker game.
Elsewhere, Brad Pitt is also said to be considering a role in the upcoming film adaptation of Mark Greaney novel 'The Gray Man'.