Kiera Knightley's latest project, The Damned, has just found a director in the form of We Don't Live Here Anymore helmer John Curran. According to Variety, it "concerns the turbulent marriage of alcoholic writer F. Scott Fitzgerald and his mercurial wife Zelda Sayre, who was schizophrenic. The tempestuous relationship, which unfolded in the high society of the Roaring '20s, inspired some of the novelist's works." Knightley, in a period drama!? Helen Keller would've seen that coming. Still, Fitzgerald is a bit of a comeback artist (being that he's been dead a while now), as The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is still pulling them in stateside; while Baz Luhrmann has just purchased the rights to his classic, The Great Gatsby.