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Brad Pitt could partner up with ‘Jesse James’ helmer again

HollywoodNews.com: Brad Pitt is looking to reteam with director Andrew Dominick for the heist comedy “Cogan’s Trade.”

The duo previously worked together on the western “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.”

“Jesse James” earned a best supporting actor Oscar nom for Casey Affleck in 2008 who portrayed Ford.

Inferno Entertainment is financing and handling international sales and domestic rights.

Dominick wrote the script and Pitt’s Plan B and Chockstone Pictures are producing according to Variety.

Per the trade, “Cogan” follows “a professional enforcer who investigates a heist that takes place during a high stakes poker game under protection of the mob.”

Inferno was behind this summer’s indie hit “The Kids Are All Right.” They are also developing “The Grey” with Joe Carnahan directing and are in post-on action/thriller “The Killer Elite.”

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