Annet Mahendru, who currently stars doing AMC’s The Walking Dead spinoff World Beyond, and Peter Vack (The Bold Type, Homeland) will be set to star in Grow, an important horror indie written and introduced by Brian Gottlieb. It focuses on a man (Vack) who is caught and impregnated by a group of conspiracy members with an archaic belief software. It is an examination of gender, flipping long-established stereotypes. Mahendru will play twins Kitten and Locasta Larkin. Gottlieb, Bryson Pintard and Michael Tipps have proven to be producing while Louie Gibson are going to serve as executive producers. Mahendru is generally repped by Bohemia Group, Paradigm and Nelson Davis. Vack was repped by Luber Roklin Excitement.
Matt Medrano has become a member of Anna Schafer in Whose Pupil, an indie film that is seriously directed by Roxy Shih. Of the plot follows a woman (Schafer) throughout public relations at a children’s hospital which will gets her life turned around if you are she is assigned to be an “Auntie” for a young boy named Billy. Billy’s case is severe; he has suffering from heavy head trauma, is due to a coma, and is barely making ends meet to life. When she realizes considered incident was a domestic abuse law suit, she takes matters into what she hands to overturn a system which could have otherwise failed him. Medrano will play her love interest, Beam. Autumn Federici and Jake Helgren are producing under their All Ninth House label. Medrano not too long ago wrapped filming a guest-starring act on the fourth season of Crucial Network drama Yellowstone, and he will definitely next be seen in Taylor Sheridan’s action thriller Those Who Wish Quickly Dead opposite Angelina Jolie. He’s repped by Brave Artists Management.
Britt Baron (Glow) and Caleb Foote (The Kids Are Alright) will star in Amy as well Peter Are Getting Divorced, a rom-com directed by April Moreau so filmed a couple of months after the Covid-19 outbreak hit. Will Ropp (The Road Back), Yuri Sardarov (Chicago Fire), Caroline Harris (Tyler Perry’s Bruh) and Natalie Rousseau (Shit House) also star in the film, that was shot wherever the talent must have been quarantined. Co-written by Moreau and furthermore Emily Hanley, the pic demonstrates to what happens when a seemingly perfect number of plans to divorce and how the company’s once-tight friend group struggles to manage the aftermath. It’s divided into $10 short segments that form an cohesive feature. Brian Katz while Thomas Zambeck of Umbrelic Activity produced the project in association with ScreenTyme.