Friday, January 07, 2005


Travolta, Gandolfini investigate LONELY HEARTS
Actors to play detectives that cracked a murder case from the '40s

John Travolta and James Gandolfini will play a pair of homicide detectives in LONELY HEARTS, a film based on a real-life murder case from the 1940s. Six decades ago two killers, Martha Beck and Raymond Martinez Fernandez, placed ads in the personals section of a newspaper. When would-be suitors contacted them, thinking that they would find their soulmate, what they got instead was cold-blooded murder. EDITOR'S NOTE: OR WHY I RARELY DATE....(WELL, ONE OF THE REASONS).

Todd Robinson will make his feature directing debut with the film. Robinson is the screenwriter of the 1996 Ridley Scott movie WHITE SQUALL and has also written episodes of LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT. Filming is slated to begin in March


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