Trio join 'Married and Cheating' cast

Trio join 'Married and Cheating' cast

Kiefer Sutherland, Brendan Fraser and Eva Longoria have joined the cast of 'Married and Cheating'.

The acting trio will star with Sarah Jessica Parker in the movie, which follows three couples who deal with "infidelity, deceit and confusion".

Marissa Tomei was previously linked to the film, which is being written and directed by Raymond De Felitta, but it is believed she has now left the project.

The film will shoot between July and September.

'Married and Cheating' will be the first of six films to be financed and produced by a $190 million fund operated by Magnet Media Corporation's German arm.

Magnet Media CEO Jeannette Buerling said: "Our German fund finances commercial films in the $10 million to $50 million range, to be shot as European co-productions, integrating US entertainment value with European sensibility, both in front and behind the camera."

Michael London, Lauren Versel, and Janice Williams are producing along with Jeannette and Michelle Ohayon.

Kiefer's casting in the film comes after it was announced his TV show 'Touch' has been recommissioned for a second series.

The show sees the former '24' star play Martin Bohm, a former journalist who is trying to figure out messages that his mute son Jake (David Mazouz) is passing on using numbers.

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