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Errol Morris’ ‘Freezing People Is Easy’ Gets Owen Wilson, Kirsten Wiig And Christopher Walken

A while back, director Errol Morris not only revealed that he was working on an adaptation of the Bob Nelson memoir, ‘˜We Froze The First Man,’ but that star Paul Rudd would be taking the lead role in the project.   And now, the cast is beginning to take shape, in one hell of a huge way.

Deadline is reporting that Owen Wilson, Kirsten Wiig and Christopher Walken are set to take up roles in the project, now titled ‘Freezing People Is Easy, which follows the story of Nelson and a group of colleagues who attempt to stunt death, by using a then new science, cryogenics.

The outlet fully believes that these three will ultimately be confirmed for the film, so for all intents and purposes, this film should be one to keep one hell of an eye on.   All three are fantastic actors, and could really do wonders in a film like this, particularly when under the watch of someone as immensely talented as Morris.   With shooting set to take place this summer, things should be coming together rather quickly soon.

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Joshua Brunsting

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