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Chris Evans Stalked by "The Night Watchman"

April 28, 2007 (3:19 am) GMT
Chris Evans of "Fantastic Four" fame told IGN that his next big screen project would be David Ayer's "The Night Watchman."

The Human Torch is taking a job as one of the LAPD officers. Yes, it's true, "" star has revealed to IGN on April 26, 2007 that he next will appear in "The Night Watchman1", the Fox Searchlight and New Regency thriller set against the backdrop of U.S. third largest law enforcement agency.

Already included both and , the flick centers on a member of an elite group of LAPD cops who questions the ruthless tactics he has used to become such an effective force in solving murders and battling gang violence and drugs. Reeves will portray the guy while Whitaker is plotted as a captain of the elite unit called Ad/Vice.

"I play this guy named Diskant. He's a cop, good cop," Evans told the site. "When Keanu gets framed or implicated in this murder, he's the cop in charge of the investigation."

The actor further informed that he would start shooting for the project on May 21 this year in Los Angeles. "" director David Ayer has been confirmed to helm from the script originally penned by John Ridley and James Ellroy that he re-wrote while Alexandra Milchan, Lucas Foster, and Erwin Stoff are all set to produce.

1 aka Night Watch (2008)

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