Alex Russell, Willa Holland, Miguel Gomez Starring in Indie Thriller 'Pacific Standard Time' (Exclusive)
Benjamin and Orson Cummings wrote the script and are directing.
Chronicle star Alex Russell, Arrow's Willa Holland and Miguel Gomez, who appears in FX's new vampire show The Strain, are starring in Pacific Standard Time, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
Benjamin and Orson Cummings wrote the script and are directing the indie, which is currently shooting in L.A.
The movie is described as a dark and sexy thriller involving 20-somethings trying to live above their means and getting involved in a love triangle that goes terribly wrong.
Mitch Sandler is financing and producing along with Magnet Management’s production arm, Pull Pictures. Mitch Solomon also is producing.
Gigi Causey, Jennie Frisbie, Zach Tann and Bob Sobhani are exec producing. Joanna Colbert and Yesi Ramirez are casting the picture.
Pacific Standard Time is the sophomore effort of the Cummings, who were behind the thriller Blue Blood, which was made independently for around $500,000. They are repped by Magnet Management.
Russell has appeared in movies such as Carrie and The Host and is part of the up-and-coming cast of Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken.
Holland starred in the adaptation of Judy Blume’s Tiger Eyes and appeared in movies such as Straw Dogs and Legion.
Gomez, a relative newcomer, is part of the cast of The Strain, co-created by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan.
Russell and Holland are repped by UTA while Gomez is repped by Greene and Associates. Russell also is repped by United Management in Australia whlie Gomez is also repped by Anonymous Content.