Rachel Weisz is reuniting with her "Constant Gardener" director for a film that's a sort of an orgy-in-the-round.
Weisz will star in "360," to be directed by Fernando Meirelles and written by Peter Morgan, reported Deadline. The movie is an adaptation of a Viennese play about sexual mores that is more than a century old.
Based on Arthur Schnitzler's play "Reigen," a series of ten encounters between two sexual partners, with one person from each scene appearing with another partner in the next. Here's a breakdown of the original play:
Weisz's latest film, "The Whistleblower," about a woman who uncovers the UN cover-up of a sex scandal in post-war Bosnia, debuted to mixed reviews at the Toronto Film Festival.
Morgan's next film, "Hereafter," starring Matt Damon and directed by Clint Eastwood, tells the story of three lives intertwined by experiences with the great beyond. The film comes out Oct. 22, but the trailer has tempered our enthusiasm.