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Eliza Dushku cast in TV reboot of ‘The Saint’

Watertown-bred actress Eliza Dushku has a new gig. Known for her roles in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Bring It On,” Dushku (inset) has been tapped to star opposite British actor Adam Rayner in a TV pilot reboot of “The Saint,” the ’60s series starring Roger Moore. (The show spawned a 1997 movie starring Val Kilmer.) Moore, the onetime James Bond actor, will coproduce the project with his son. Dushku just wrapped a movie called “The Scribbler” with Katie Cassidy and former porn star Sasha Grey.

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