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Charlize Theron To Star In 'Dark Places' Adaptation? — REPORT

By Aly Semigran, Hollywood.com Staff

First Reese Witherspoon and now, quite possibly, Charlize Theron. Author Gillian Flynn not only knows how to get readers hooked with her books, she attracts A-list stars to their big screen adaptations. The Oscar-winning Witherspoon is on board to produce (and perhaps star in) the movie version of Flynn's talked-about bestseller Gone Girl (David Fincher is set to adapt the dark nail-biter), and now, according to Deadline, the Oscar-winning Theron is the name attached to the big screen adaption of Flynn's other talked-about bestseller Dark Places. (Hollywood.com reached out to Theron's reps for a response to the report, but they could not be immediately reached for contact.)

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While the project originally had Amy Adams on board, Theron is now a strong contender for the part. And what a part it is. In the film, Theron would play the story's protagonist Libby, a woman who, as a child, witnessed the murder of her mother and sisters by what's thought to be a cult. Years after testifying against her brother in court for the crime, Libby, who has since become a hardened recluse, crosses paths with the Kill Club, a secret group dedicated to solving grisly mysteries and crimes. Libby then must recall, through a series of flashbacks, the horrific murders and begin to piece it all back together. Like we said, it's quite a role, not to mention one Theron is more than suited for, considering what she's done with darker material before. (See: The Road, Young Adult, Monster, In the Valley of Elah.)

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Dark Places, which has Gilles Paquet-Brenner (Sarah's Key, Pretty Things) attached as a director, is reportedly looking for a March 2013 start date. In the meantime, Theron's next project Mad Max: Fury Road, doesn't hit theaters until 2014.

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