Sam Daly (Madam Secretary) is set to appear opposite Shameik Moore, Wesley Snipes, T.I. and more in the RZA-directed post-Katrina heist drama, Cut Throat City, which is shooting in New Orleans. Written by P.G. Cuschieri, the pic follows four boyhood friends who return to New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward after Hurricane Katrina to find their home decimated and prospects for work swept away. Turning to a local gangster for employment, the crew is hired to pull off a daring casino heist, right in the heart of the city. Daly will play Officer Brendan O’Malley, a third-generation New Orleans police officer who partners with Detective Lucinda Brenoit (Eiza Gonzalez) after a series of heists throughout the 9th Ward. Elliott Michael Smith, Michael Mendelsohn, William Clevinger, Kyle Tekiela, RZA and Sean Lydiard are producing the project, with Jarod Einsohn co-producing. Repped by Ben Press and Abrams Artists, Daly soon will be seen in zombie horror-comedy pic Office Uprising, with Brenton Thwaites and Zachary Levi.
Ethan Hawke Joins Terrence Howard, Wesley Snipes In The RZA-Directed Heist Thriller 'Cut Throat City'
Grant Bowler has been tapped to topline the indie supernatural thriller Bad Impulse, from All In Films in connection with Abbi Productions. Currently in production, the film centers on Henry Sharpe, a loving father who, just days after getting attacked in his own house, is offered the perfect, cutting-edge home security system by a mysterious man. But the very thing Henry hopes will best protect his family drives the Sharpes into their worst nightmare. Michelle Danner is directing the pic from a script by Jason Chase Tyrrell. Sonya Walger, Paul Sorvino, James Landry Hébert, Stephanie Cayo, Rene Rosado, David Lambert and David Coussins co-star. Producers are Brian Drillinger, Alexandra Guarnieri, and Michelle Danner. Bowler starred in the Syfy series Defiance and other his credits include Ugly Betty and Atlas Shrugged: Part I. He’s repped by Gersh.
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