Lucas Till in Talks to Star in Werewolf Movie 'Wolves'
David Hayter of "X-Men" fame wrote the script and is making his directorial debut.
It’s a blending X-Men generations.
Lucas Till, who played Alex Summers/Havok in X-Men: First Class, is in negotiations to star in Wolves, the feature directorial debut of X-Men scribe David Hayter.
Hayter wrote the script for Wolves, which centers on a young man (Till), who transforms into a werewolf and finds himself falsely accused of murdering his parents. He goes on the run, eventually arriving at a small town named Lupine Ridge that has a history of supernatural happenings. There he finds the secrets to his past.
Copperhead Entertainment’s Steve Hoban, who previously produced the werewolf movie Ginger Snaps, is producing while Benedict Carver of Entertainment One is exec producing.
A mid September shoot in Toronto is being planned.
Till is currently shooting Paranoia, a thriller being directed by Robert Luketic and starring Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman. He has Stoker, the Mia Wasikowska-Nicole Kidman thriller in the can and recently wrapped the indie thriller Crush, in which he stars with Sarah Bolger (The Tudors).
Till is repped by APA, manager Tom Sullivan and Hirsch Wallerstein
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