Motor City could have its villain in Adrien Brody who's in talks to replace Gary Oldman
Brody is in negotiations for the Albert Hughes film which tells of a felon who's released from prison and starts tracking down those who framed him.
Hold on a second, didn't we get the same story from CBS Films' Faster, starring Dwayne Johnson?
Chad St. John wrote the script for the film coming from Dark Castle and being produced by Joel Silver, Andrew Rona, Ethan Erwin, Randall Emmett and George Furla. Steve Richards of Dark Castle will serve as executive producer on Motor City.
Variety reports that production is set to start in Atlanta on September 17th and Warner Bros. will send the film out to theaters in April, 2013.
Brody was last seen in several films including Nimród Antal's Predators, the Wrecked indie thriller, drama Detachment and most recently Midnight in Paris from helmer Woody Allen. He's in post-production phase for 1942 alongside Tim Robbins, as well as the InAPPropriate Comedy, starring with Michelle Rodriguez, Rob Schneider and Lindsay Lohan.
Dark Castle also has "Bullet to the Head" coming out in February through Warner Bros.