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Woody casts Paris pic

Michelle Williams and David Krumholtz will star in Woody Allen's as-yet-untitled French flick.

Apr 12 2006

David Krumholtz has signed up to star opposite Michelle Williams in Woody Allen's forthcoming Paris pic.

Krumholtz, who recently appeared in the likes of 'Serenity', 'Ray' and 'Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies', is probably best known for his role as a mathematical genius in the TV series 'Numb3rs'.

Williams meanwhile, was Oscar-nominated for her role in 'Brokeback Mountain' earlier in the year.

It's not clear who either actor will play in the as-yet untitled flick, because as with all Woody Allen projects, the film is shrouded in secrecy.

What we do know however is that production will start this summer, and following Woody's recent return to form with 'Melinda and Melinda' and 'Match Point', it can't come soon enough.

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