Robyn Lively, Tony Hale to lead 'Sironia'  

Brandon Dickerson's indie feature begins shooting this week

Robyn Lively and Tony Hale have been cast in the indie feature "Sironia" from writer-director Brandon Dickerson.

The story involves a singer-songwriter beat up by the L.A. music machine who moves with his wife to Sironia, Texas. Lively will play a dyed-in-the-wool Texan who's a local socialite.

Steven Sills, Laura Smith and Lauren Schwartz are producing the project, which begins shooting Sunday in Waco, Texas.

The Fortitude-repped Lively most recently appeared in the film "Letters to God." She also has had recent TV roles on "30 Rock," "The Mentalist" and "Saving Grace."

Repped by ICM and Framework Entertainment, Hale has had regular roles on the series "Arrested Development" and "Chuck." He recently appeared in the features "In My Sleep," "The Informant!" "The Goods" and "Stranger Than Fiction."
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