Tobey Maguire Added to ‘Life of Pi’

Tobey MaguireAng Lee looks to reunite with Toby Maguire for his adaptation of the novel Life of Pi, set to hit theaters in December 2012. Lee’s 3D film also stars newbie Suraj Sharma as young Pi, Irrfan Khan (Slumdog Millionaire) as adult Pi, and Maguire will play the man who interviews Pi about his journey. In the story, Pi is cast off in a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger and lives to tell the tale. Lee is happy to have a third opportunity to work with Maguire, he said, “I am delighted that Tobey has joined the film. He is one of my favorite actors that I have had the pleasure of working with and I am so excited that we get to work together for the third time.”

Source: Variety

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