Willis + Rhames To Reteam In Sci-fi Thriller

PULP FICTION stars BRUCE WILLIS and VING RHAMES are to team up again in a new sci-fi thriller.
The actors will join Radha Mitchell and Rosamund Pike in Disney film The Surrogates.
Terminator 3: Rise Of The MAChines moviemaker Jonathan Mostow will direct the project, which is based on Robert Venditti's graphic novel.
The story is set in a future where humans live risk-free lives through robot surrogates that are eternally young.
Mitchell will play Willis' wife.


Tags: Pulp Fiction - Bruce Willis - Ving Rhames


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