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Aaron Paul for "Father's and Daughters"

Writer: Dzamira Dzafri

Aaron Paul with his "Breaking Bad" co-star, Bryan Cranston.

24 Nov – Gabriele Muccino has already snagged up actor Russell Crowe for one of the central roles in his new drama film "Fathers and Daughters", but this time he's also found two new additions in the cast.

Aaron Paul and Amanda Seyfried are added to the ensemble as Muccino is apparently quickly moving on the casting front. "Fathers and Daughters" will follow a parental relationship across 25 troubled years. Russell Crowe will play a novelist and widower struggling with mental illness as he raises his five-year-old daughter.

Amanda Seyfried is also up to star.
The story will also show the daughter as a grown up (played by Amanda Seyfried) as she faces the problems caused by her difficult childhood.

Aaron Paul, who has some experience romancing Seyfried after their roles on HBO drama Big Love, will play her boyfriend.

The actor is most known for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the acclaimed series "Breaking Bad" alongside Bryan Cranston, who will soon be starring in the remake of highly anticipated "Godzilla".

Paul also has "Need for Speed", "A Long Way Down" and "Hellion" all upcoming for release next year, and is currently busy acting in "Exodus" for Ridley Scott.

Cinema Online, 24 November 2013