'Big' Actor to Make Directorial Debut With Thriller (Exclusive)
David Moscow will helm the psychological thriller, centering on a troubled girl whose inner demons threaten to destroy her.
David Moscow, who played the child version of Tom Hanks' character in Big, is planning his directorial debut.
Moscow will direct psychological thriller A Dying Art, written by Matthew McCarty. The story centers on a troubled girl whose inner demons threaten to destroy her.
The project is eyeing a February start for a shoot in Louisiana.
UnLtd. will make the film, with Gregory Thomas producing along with Luke Edwards and David Harris. Khuloud Kelly Rabadi is exec producing.
Moscow's career kicked off as the young Josh Baskin in 1988’s Big and then as David Jacobs in 1992's Newsies. In the years since, he's continued acting, nabbing roles in 2003’s Just Married and 2008’s Misconceptions.
Moscow is repped by Imperium 7 talent agency.