Muxworthy, Garcia committed to 'Asylum'


Jake Muxworthy and Carolina Garcia are taking a trip to "Asylum," the horror movie being directed by David Ellis for Hyde Park. The story revolves around a group of college students who move into a reopened dormitory only to learn that it is a former asylum and is haunted by its undead sadistic doctor. Shooting begins Sept. 18 in South Carolina. Muxworthy next stars in Lionsgate's "Borderland" and "Waterborne," which won this year's audience award at South by Southwest Film Festival and best ensemble cast at this year's Method Film Festival. Garcia appeared on the premiere episode of Fox's "Justice." Muxworthy and Garcia are repped by Mosaic. Muxworthy additionally is repped by attorney Karl Austen; Garcia by Domain.

Tyler Kain has joined the cast of the indie feature "Forever Strong," being helmed by Ryan Little. Kain will play Tami, the hard-partying girlfriend of Rick (Sean Faris). Kain, who has appeared on TV's "Joan of Arcadia," "My Name Is Earl" and "CSI: Miami," is repped by Stone Manners and Martin Berneman Management.

Tom Sizemore will star in "Bottom Feeder" for Archetype Films and director Randy Daudlin. "Bottom Feeder" is an action-thriller about a giant, indestructible rat mistakenly created by the military that terrorizes a maintenance worker and his niece. Production is under way. Sizemore is repped by Innovative.

Tim Guinee has joined the cast of "AmericanEast," being directed by Hesham Issawi. Guinee will play a surgeon who becomes romantically involved with an Eyptian-American nurse who works at his hospital. The cast also includes Tony Shalhoub and Amanda Detmer. Guinee next appears in "Sweetland," which hits theaters next month, "Broken English," directed by Zoe Cassavetes, and the short film "The Shovel" opposite David Strathairn. He is repped by Innovative and Larry Taube and Sue Leibman.

Brian Drolet (MTV's "The Hills") is set to appear in "Burial at Sea," an indie teen horror movie being directed by Joe Knee. Drolet will play a pro skateboarder who unknowingly hires the cursed captain of a possessed yacht for an expedition to shoot the ultimate skateboard video. Drolet is repped by Metropolitan and Cole Payne Management.

Newcomer Brittany Robertson has joined the cast of Touchstone Pictures' "Dan in Real Life" with Steve Carell, being directed by Peter Hedges. Carell will play a widower with three daughters who writes a parenting column for his local newspaper. Robertson will play Carell's 15-year-old daughter with a rebellious streak. Before shooting "Dan," Robertson will shoot the indie family comedy "Frank" for Brightline Films and Cabiria Prods. She is repped by Innovative, Anthem Entertainment and Jackoway Tyerman.