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Keira Knightley to Produce and Star in 'The Other Typist'

June 27, 2013 (8:52 am) GMT
Fox Searchlight has nabbed the rights to Suzanne Rindell's debut novel about an isolated typist introduced to the sparkling underworld of 1920s New York.

is confirmed to be involved in Fox Searchlight's latest project, The Hollywood Reporter learns. The Elizabeth Swann depicter in "" is set to produce and star in "", the feature version of Suzanne Rindells' debut novel of the same title.

Published by Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam, the novel centers on Rose, an aloof typist in a police precinct who builds a friendship with a beautiful yet mysterious co-worker who later introduces her to the glamorous and forbidden underworld of 1920s New York. Kirkus Reviews described it as "a deliciously addictive, cinematically influenced page-turner, both comic and provocative."

The studio's senior vice president of production Zola Mashariki will join forces with DanTram Nguyen to oversee the production. No start date has been set yet.

Knightley recently starred in "", director Joe Wright's big-screen adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's 1877 novel. Her performance as the titular character earned her a nomination for Best Actress at People's Choice Awards and Satellite Award.

Knightley is currently filming drama "", in which she acts opposite . The 28-year-old actress will next be seen in "Jack Ryan" and "Can a Song Save Your Life?", which also features 's frontman and .


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