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Colin Farrell Has "Dirt Music" Sessions

February 12, 2007 (6:49 am) GMT
Irish hunk Colin Farrell has been tapped to replace Heath Ledger starring opposite Rachel Weisz in "Dirt Music."

Taking advantage from 's loss, has stepped in the role left by the Australian actor in "", a movie adaptation of Tim Winton's award-winning novel of the same title produced by Hanway Films.

Therefore lines up with in the cast, the "" star will portray a mysterious drifter who is able to revive the passion for life of a woman during her struggle with isolation and loneliness in a remote community of the Northern Territories.

Production on the film is due to start this August in North Western Australia from the script written by Pip Karmel. Phillip Noyce is in charge to direct as well as to produce alongside his Rumbalara Films partner Miranda Culley.

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