While "Prison Break" star Wentworth Miller hasn't quite established an acting career to go along with his fancypants name, he's becoming someone to watch on the screenwriting front. Under his nom de plume Ted Foulke, he penned "Stoker" which has quickly attracted Park Chan-Wook ("Oldboy") to direct and a helluva cast with Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska all attached to star. Not too shabby.
On the acting front, Miller hopes to break out in the same fashion and so Variety reports that he has signed on to "Analog." The script made the Black List back in 2005 andwriter Mike Million ("Tenure") will also be directing. Plot details seem to be thin, but the story will follow "an introverted genius who tries to find a love connection in an increasingly digital world." Sounds like it has shades of a recently Oscar-nominated movie. Hmm.
The film is working with a tiny budget of $3 million and if everything falls into place, it will shoot this summer in Michigan.