Toby Keith, who hit the big screen last year in 'Beer for My Horses,' may soon return to cinema with a starring role in 'Provinces of Night.' Though little is known of the production at this point, Cinemablend.com reports that Keith's co-star will be another multi-tasker, actress/singer Hilary Duff. There's no word yet on the characters either one will play, but according to the film's description, it's set in rural Tennessee in 1952, and tells the story of an itinerant banjo picker with a criminal past .

The 21-year-old Duff was recently criticized by Oscar-winning actress Faye Dunaway for stepping into Dunaway's shoes to portray the infamous Bonnie Parker in a remake of the 1967 classic, 'Bonnie and Clyde.' Seems that iconic film and 'Provinces of Night' may have one thing in common: 'Bonnie and Clyde' was notable for introducing a whole new audience to the bluegrass music of Lester Flatt and banjo picker Earl Scruggs.