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PAIN AND GAIN (2013): Bar Paly, Tony Shalhoub join Michael Bay Film

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Bar Paly, Tony Shalhoub join Pain and Gain Cast. Bar Paly, Tony Shalhoub joining Michael Bay‘s Pain and Gain (2013) answers the questions of who will be the female lead (perquisite eye candy) and who will be a potential victim in the film. Its up to you to decide who will play which. Michael Bay is also producing Pain and Gain with Donald De Line and Ian Bryce.

Bar Paly is in

final negotiations to play Sabina Petrescu, an illegal immigrant and former beauty queen who dreams of becoming the next Marilyn Monroe. Bay went back to the modeling pool to cast his Sabina, having previously cast Victoria’s Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as the female lead in “Transformers: Dark of the Moon.”

Paly, who appeared in USA Network’s 2008 miniseries “The Starter Wife,” will next be seen alongside Charlie Sheen in Roman Coppola’s “A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III.”

Tony Shalhoub, on the other hand, has “closed a deal to play Marc Schiller, the target of Wahlberg’s kidnapping scheme.”

Bar Paly and Tony Shalhoub’s representation is as follows:

Paly is repped by Innovative Artists and Principato-Young Entertainment, while Shalhoub is repped by ICM and manager Mary Goldberg.

Bar Paly, Tony Shalhoub join a Pain and Gain cast that already includes Dwayne Johnson, Mark Wahlberg, Ed Harris, John Turturro, Anthony Mackie, and Rob Corddry.

Source: Imdb, Variety 

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