Before the big, bad strike hits Hollywood next year, is Heather Graham going to have a quickie? Looks that way.
Daily Variety is reporting that Graham is attaching herself to a script called ".45," a comedy about a Bonnie and Clyde-type couple of gunslingers who turn on each other. The newspaper says the film might be shot before the much-feared actors' labor halt.
Graham's involvement requires her approval of a male co-star, who hasn't been cast yet.
Hmmm. Maybe it'll be Heath Ledger, who is apparently Graham's latest love conquest. Graham and Ledger were seen by one of Hollywood.com's spies recently, smooching it up at Vida, a restaurant in the Los Feliz section of Hollywood.
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