'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Star Nicola Peltz Joins 'Youth in Oregon' (Exclusive)
Frank Langella and Billy Crudup are starring in the indie dark comedy.
Nicola Peltz, one of the stars of Transformers: Age of Extinction, has joined the cast of Youth in Oregon, the dark comedy from actor-turned-director Joel David Moore.
Frank Langella and Billy Crudup are starring in the indie, which tells of a husband (Crudup) on a cross-country trip to Oregon with his cantankerous father-in-law (Langella), a man who has given up on life. He must convince his father-in-law not to commit euthanasia when they arrive in the state.
Peltz is playing the daughter of Crudup and the already-cast Christina Applegate.
The movie is currently shooting in New York. Stefan Nowicki, Morgan White and Joey Carey of Sundial Pictures are producing.
Peltz recently concluded her role as Bradley Martin on A&E's critically acclaimed Bates Motel, now in its third season. She is repped by WME and Management 360.