Did Someone Steal Kurt Russell's Eyes For The 'Art Of The Steal' Trailer?

Stuntman Mike, you got new eyes!!! Kurt Russell seems to have found his infatuation after starring in Grindhouse. In The Art of the Steal, Russell plays a washed-up stuntman who moves to the world of art theft. Cool. In the film, his big score is a Gutenberg bible, which I'm sure the Westboro Baptist Church will have an opinion on. The film also stars Matt Dillon, Jay Baruchel, and Jason Jones.

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