TIFF: Aaron Paul's 'Come and Find Me' Gets International Sales Firm

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Goldcrest Films will start selling Zack Whedon's debut feature in Toronto, with WME handling possible domestic buyers.

Goldcrest Films has acquired the international sales rights to the thriller Come and Find Me, starring Aaron Paul and Annabelle Wallis.

The UK sales outfit will start selling writer-director Zack Whedon's feature debut at the Toronto Film Festival, with WME handling domestic sales. Whedon, a brother of Josh Whedon, has screenwriting and producing credits on the TV series Halt and Catch Fire and Red Road.

Currently shooting in Vancouver, Come and Find Me features David (Paul) tracking down his missing girlfriend after realizing she is not who she claimed to be. Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman for five seasons on AMC's Breaking Bad, has other recent film credits that include Triple 9, Fathers and Daughters as well as Exodus: Gods and Kings.

Come and Find Me initially appeared on the 2012 Black List and is produced by Brian Kavanaugh-Jones for Automatik Entertainment, Leon Clarance for Motion Picture Capital and Chris Ferguson for Oddfellows Entertainment. Laure Vaysse and Jo Monk will executive produce.