Naveen Andrews set for movie

Naveen Andrews, the British-born Indian actor who plays an Iraqi interrogator in the hit ABC show Lost, has joined the cast of The Brave One, a film starring Jodie Foster. The movie is being directed by Neil Jordan, director of The Crying Game, Interview With The Vampire, and the Steve Guttenberg comedy High Spirits.

In the film, Foster stars as a woman who is psychologically damaged after an assault. She embarks on a mission of revenge, seeking out her attacker and attempting to exact justice. Andrews plays Foster's fiancé.

As an actor, Andrews has had previous experience with darkness--on Lost, his character Sayid is an ex-Iraqi military interrogator. In several episodes Sayid has brutally interrogated suspected villains, an Iraqi military superior, and even fellow castaway Sawyer.

Andrews' previous film credits include the The English Patient, Pride and Prejudice, and the 2002 remake of Rollerball.

The film also stars Terrence Howard and Mary Steenburghen. It is being produced by Die Hard producer Joel Silver, from a screenplay by Withblade writers Bruce A. Taylor written by Roderick Taylor, adapting a story by Will & Grace scribe Cynthia Mort.

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Naveen Andrews is Awesome but Jodie Foster is such a loser.
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uh oh if this film conflicts with lost, I think we have another dead character on our hands
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That's right, he was in bride and prejudice by gurinder chadha (who also did bend it like beckham), not in any version of pride and prejudice.
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I think he played in Bride and Prejudice, the Indian remake, a Bollywood musical, not Pride and Prejudice.
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Good luck to Andrews, Sayid is one of my favourite characters on Lost and this is due to Naveen Andrew's great acting.
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i LOVE him. but isn't jodie foster a bit young for him? he likes 'em old!
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Oooh! Good for Naveen. He's a great, talented actor. It'd be interesting to see him play someone other than Sayid (who I love, by the way).
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