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Charlie Hunnam joins the cast of A Million Little Pieces

Charlie Hunnam has joined the cast of ‘A Million Little Pieces’.

The Sons of Anarchy actor will work with director Sam Taylor-Johnson on the big screen adaptation of James Frey’s book according to The Hollywood Reporter. 110 more words

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Sam Taylor-Johnson and Aaron Taylor-Johnson Team on 'Million Little Pieces'

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is attached to star in the feature adaptation of James Frey’s book “A Million Little Pieces” with Sam Taylor-Johnson, directing.

The work gained traction after it was featured on Oprah Winfrey’s book club, but it became infamous after the Smoking Gun outed that the memoir about Frey’s drug addiction was all fabricated by the author, who would later admit that it was all fake on Winfrey’s talk show. 134 more words

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