Kiersey Clemons in Talks to Join Marc Webb's New Film
Callum Turner is set to star in the Amazon-backed feature penned by Alan Loeb.
Kiersey Clemons is in talks to join the cast of Marc Webb's upcoming, untitled coming-of-age feature.
She will star opposite Assassin’s Creed's Callum Turner, who replaced Miles Teller in the starring role of the Amazon-backed feature, which centers on a young man who begins a relationship with his father's mistress after finding out about their affair.
Collateral Beauty writer Allan Loeb penned the screenplay for the feature, which was at one time titled The Only Living Boy in New York. Albert Berger and Ron Yerxa are producing, with John Fogel executive producing.
Clemons' breakout performance came in Rick Famuyiwa's 2015 Sundance standout Dope, and she has since proven herself to be one of Hollywood's up-and-coming young talents, booking roles in Seth Rogen's Neighbors 2 and Sony's Flatliners reboot.
She will be reteaming with Famuyiwa on DC/Warner Bros.' The Flash, where she will play Iris West opposite Ezra Miller's Barry Allen.
Clemons is repped by UTA, MJMG and Mach 1 Management.