Four seduced by 'Made'


NEW YORK -- Christopher Kennedy Masterson, Bijou Phillips, Patrick Warburton and George Segal are starring in the indie romantic comedy "Made for Each Other."

Masterson will play Dan, a newlywed frustrated that he hasn't consummated his marriage to a frigid bride (Phillips) three months after the wedding. So when his boss (Lauren German) -- who happens to be his wife's sister -- seduces him, his buddies (Samm Levine, Kyle Howard, and Danny Masterson) convince him that the best way to alleviate his guilt is to have an actor seduce his wife. They find Mack Mackenzie (Warburton), star of the touring show "Waterworld the Musical."

Segal will play Dan's married playboy father, who discourages his son from living the way he does.

The film, now shooting in Connecticut, marks the first time brothers Chris and Danny Masterson have worked together.

"Made" is directed by Daryl Goldberg (the upcoming thriller "Unholy"). Production outfit Moderncine's founder Andrew van den Houten is producing from writer Eric Lord's first screenplay.

Other Moderncine projects include the thriller "Headspace," directed by van den Houten, and the upcoming adaptation of Jack Ketchum's crime novel "The Girl Next Door."