Quartet added to 'Everywhere and Nowhere'
James Floyd, Adam Deacon, Alyy Khan, Simon Webbe joinLONDON -- "Kidulthood" director Menhaj Huda has called on James Floyd, Adam Deacon, Alyy Khan and singer-songwriter and actor Simon Webbe to assemble for "Everywhere and Nowhere," his coming-of-age drama.
Huda, whose London-set urban horror flick "Comedown" scared up interest from Canal Plus owned U.K. distributor Optimum Releasing, is following it up with a tale of a young British Asian torn between the traditions of suburban family life and his passion for DJ-ing
The project rolls at Pinewood Studios and around London and marks the first of a number of planned collaborations between producer Sam Tromans and Huda under Troman's banner Arena Productions.
Tromans, an exec producer on the "Dead Man Running" is also exec producing "Burning Man," currently shooting in Sydney with Matthew Goode and Rose Byrne starring. Huda penned "Everywhere" in addition to directing it.
Composer Nitin Sawhney is on board to produce the soundtrack for Huda's latest and plans to include contemporary club remixes of classic Bollywood songs from the 1970s. Webbe is also confirmed to work with Sawhney on a number of music tracks.