Robert Loggia, Angie Harmon, Colm Feore and John Heardhave joined the cast of Front Street Films, Milestone Entertainment and MyriadPictures' Wall Street thriller The Deal,which has started shooting in Vancouver.
Christian Slater and Selma Blair star in a story of covertgovernment business, illegal oil trading, blackmail and the Russian mafia.
Harvey Kahn (Water'sEdge) is directing basedon a screenplay by Ruth Epstein. Front Street's Kahn, Epstein and Chris Dorrare producing and Slater, David Leuschen and Mark Shafir serve as executiveproducers.
Myriad will represent the picture for all internationalrights in all media.
Front Street mostrecently financed and produced the Sundance hit We Don't Live Here Anymore, starring Naomi Watts, Mark Ruffalo,Laura Dern and Peter Krause and acquired by Warner Independent Pictures.
Slater'supcoming projects include the serial killer thriller Mindhunters, Churchill: The Hollywood Years and the hit video game adaptation AloneIn The Dark.
Blair currentlystars in Hellboy andwill be seen in the upcoming John Waters picture A Dirty Shame.
Los Angeles andLondon-based Myriad's upcoming titles include Eulogy, Kinsey, Being Julia and Piccadilly Jim.
Santa Monica-based FrontStreet Films is an equity investment fund managed by Front Street Productions,the independent motion picture production company Kahn set up with a group ofinvestors in 1998.