Oscar winning actors Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins will soon be starring in a lawsuit based film along with Mark Ruffalo. The yet-to-be titled film is going to be about the lawsuit filed against the chemical company DuPont and will also be produced by Mark Ruffalo himself along with Pamela Koffler and Christine Vachon, who are already on board.
The untitled film which is going to be directed by Todd Haynes, also stars impeccable actors like Bill Camp, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, William Jackson Harper and Bill Pullman including others who are still to-be-casted. The film scenario is going to be based on a New York Times Magazine article The Lawyer Who Became DuPont’s Worst Nightmare written by Nathaniel Rich.
However, the script of the film has been penned by Mario Correa and Matthew Carnahan. The story revolves around the character Robert Bilott, who'd be shown practicing as a corporate defense attorney since last eight years and the time when he takes on an environmental lawsuit against the famous chemical company DuPont.
The suit will eventually turn into a battle exposing a decade long history about chemical pollution. The details of Anne’s and Tim’s characters have not been revealed until now.
The pre-production of the film is all set to start in the next week at Cincinnati.