Mike Epps, Felicity Huffman, John Leguizamo, William H. Macy, Paul Sparks and Emory Cohen are starring in the ensemble feature Stealing Cars, an indie being produced by Rachel Winter, a producer of awards season darling Dallas Buyers Club.
Dan Keston is also producing the drama while Steve Levinson and Mark Wahlberg are executive producing, as is Erika Hampson.
Cars, inspired by true events, “tells the story of a tragic car accident that sends a confident yet rebellious teen (played by Cohen) spiraling downward into the grim injustice of the juvenile penal system, where he encounters brutal conflicts and life-affirming friendships, ultimately finding self-forgiveness and renewed hope,” according to its logline. Will Aldis and Steve Mackall wrote the script.
New photos up in the Felicity Huffman Source Gallery from the Women L.A. Celebrates The 40th Anniversary Of The Ms. Foundation event.
Felicity Huffman (Transamerica), Victor Garber (Argo) and Ted Levine (American Gangster) are late additions to the cast for Jalmari Helander’s Big Game starring Samuel L. Jackson.
Written and directed by Helander, Big Game sees Jackson star as the U.S. president alongside Onni Tommila (Rare Exports) as his unexpected 13-year-old sidekick.
The movie is billed as an adrenaline-fuelled action-adventure and tells the story of the boy who, like his forefathers, takes a test of manhood by spending one day and night alone in the wilderness of a vast local forest.
The film is currently nearing the end of an eight-week shoot on location in Bavaria and at Bavaria Film Studios. Backers have released the first image from the shoot depicting Jackson and Tommila on the edge of a mountain.
Huffman joins the cast as the CIA director, Garber is the film’s U.S. vice president and Levine stars as General Underwood.
I’ve updated Felicity Huffman Source Gallery with the screencaps from this week’s Hollywood Game Night.
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You work with your husband William H. Macy frequently. He’s currently directing you in a movie. Tell me a little bit about what that process is like.
I’ve worked with Bill my whole life. We met at a theater company and so I find it incredibly pleasurable. It’s kind of like any sport you play — if you play with someone that’s above your level, your quality of game rises.
So do you guys bring work home with you as well? Or do you say you’re not going to talk about movies when you get home?
I think the only rule we’ve ever made, which we’ve sort of broken a lot, is that we don’t talk about acting in bed when we go to sleep. So there have been times when I’ve gone, “Oh, I have a really good idea, you have to get up and I’ll tell you.”
Oh, funny. Tell me a little about “Ruderless” (directed by Macy). Where’s it headed, and what are you most excited about?
They start principal photography tomorrow. He has an amazing cast; it’s Billy Crudup and Anton Yelchin and Laurence Fishburne. It’s a great movie, and I’m really excited about it and I’m so happy to be directed by my husband.