Quartet rocking out for indie 'All Together Now'

EXCLUSIVE: Four actors join Alexander Tavitian's film

Lou Taylor Pucci, Stella Maeve, James Duval and Nora Kirkpatrick are starring in "All Together Now," an indie rock drama being directed by Alexander Tavitian.

"Together" follows a group of twentysomethings during the course of a night as they attend a noise-rock concert in the middle of the woods.

The movie is shooting on 16mm, and the film's style will be reminiscent of Penelope Spheeris' punk rock docs of the 1980s.

Daniel Dubiecki ("Up in the Air") is exec producing the movie, which was put together by Tavitian, producers Michael Younesi and Leah Fong and screenwriter Ryan Kasmiskie, all fresh-faced filmmakers out of USC.

Pucci, repped by UTA and Authentic Management, is best known for starring in "Thumbsucker" and has "Brotherhood" in the can. Maeve appeared in "The Runaways" and "Brooklyn's Finest."
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