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'True Blood,' 'Twilight' vamps turn into assassins
Best known for bloodsucking turns in "The Twilight Saga" and "True Blood," Nikki Reed and Deborah Ann Woll have landed lead roles in the indie "Catch .44."
According the Deadline.com, Reed and Woll are joining Malin Ackerman, Forest Whitaker and Bruce Willis in the Louisiana-shot feature about three gorgeous female assassins sent out for one last job.
Production on "Catch .44" will begin on July 8, with Aaron Harvey directing from his own script.
Reed, who broke through as co-write and co-star of "thirteen," can currently be seen in "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse."
Woll plays baby vamp Jessica on HBO's "True Blood," which will resume its third season with a new episode on July 11, following a 4th of July break.
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