Last seen on screen together in 2001′s teen comedy “Get Over It“, Ben Foster and Kirsten Dunst are set to team up again on the big screen in new indie drama “Red Light Winter“, with Foster taking over from Mark Ruffalo who had previously been attached.
To be directed by writer-director Adam Rapp, Variety reports the film is based on Rapp’s own play and “follows two male friends who travel from New York to Amsterdam and become caught up in a love triangle with a prostitute, bringing to the surface dark undercurrents in their troubled friendship.”
Dunst will play the sex worker, and the part of Foster’s friend is yet to be cast after Billy Crudup also exited the film. Katherine Waterson will also star as another woman who shares a past with both men.
Dunst garnered critical acclaim last year in Lars Von Trier‘s “Melancholia” and her latest comedy “Bachelorette” recently became the first pre-theatrical release to hit the top of the iTunes chart.
The actress can next be seen in Walter Salles’ adapatation of the Beat classic “On The Road” – giving Foster and Dunst something else in common to discuss, as the actor currently wrapped filming “Kill Your Darlings“. Foster will next be seen alongside Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck in “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints” and will soon reteam with Mark Wahlberg, with whom he starred alongside in the action flick “Contraband“, in Peter Berg’s “Lone Survivor”.