Dunst and Bloom reunite for film?
Kirsten Dunst and Orlando Bloom could be reuniting for financial thriller Cities.
The duo, who previously starred together in Elizabethtown six years ago, are said to have joined the globe-trotting adventure about world finance alongside Clive Owen, reported The Playlist.
Written by Roger Donaldson (who will also direct) and Glenn Wilhide, the "cautionary tale" about greed and ambition, blends three interlinking storylines.
Clive would portray a New York hedge fund manager who has high ambitions of sex, money and power, while Kirsten - who has been winning acclaim for her role in Lars von Trier's apocalyptic drama Melancholia - is thought to be playing a character called Kate.
Orlando, currently doing a swash-buckling turn in The Three Musketeers, is tipped to be cast as half of a young London couple struggling to get onto the property ladder.
Indian actor Anil Kapoor is set to play a corrupt Mumbai policeman.
Filming on the project will begin in spring 2012, with shoots planned in London, Mumbai and New York.