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Phillippe has also been attached to a number of possible future film roles, including Chronicle, a film to be directed by Jay Alaimo that will see Phillippe, Justin Long and John Hawkes in a story "about two childhood friends who reunite to launch the biggest marijuana dealership in New York City".
The following year, the pair starred together in Cruel Intentions.
Filming for the movie took place in South Africa, beginning in March 2009.
Phillippe described the filming process as "really run-and-gun.
After appearing as Billy Douglas on the soap opera One Life to Live, he came to fame in the late 1990s with starring roles in a string of films, including I Know What You Did Last Summer, Cruel Intentions, and 54.
In the 2000s, he appeared in several films, including Gosford Park (2001), Crash (2004), Flags of Our Fathers (2006), Breach (2007), Stop-Loss (2008), Mac Gruber (2010), and The Lincoln Lawyer (2011).
Filming took place on location in Shreveport in the fall of 2012.
In October 2013, Phillippe began filming the thriller Reclaim in Puerto Rico.
The movie, which also stars Matthew Mc Conaughey, Marisa Tomei and William H.The movie features Phillippe as an American man who travels to Puerto Rico with his wife (played by Rachelle Lefevre) to adopt an orphan from Haiti.After a confrontation with a local (played by John Cusack), the child vanishes.He was cast in the 1997 horror film, I Know What You Did Last Summer, which co-starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze, Jr. The film was a success, and led to Phillippe gaining wider renown and being cast in a few more high-profile films, including 54 in 1998 opposite Neve Campbell, Salma Hayek and Mike Myers.
In 1999 he starred in Cruel Intentions, a modern retelling of the Choderlos de Laclos novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses, which also starred Phillippe's future wife Reese Witherspoon, as well as his I Know What You Did Last Summer co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar.
He then starred in Chaos, in which he plays a police officer, Five Fingers, a drama set in Morocco, Kimberly Peirce's Iraq war film Stop-Loss, and the futuristic Franklyn.