Homeland’s Elizabeth Marvel is set to star in All The Little Things We Kill, an indie that tackles the issue of gun violence, directed by Adam Neutzsky-Wulff.  Danielle Brooks (Orange Is The New Black), Guillermo Diaz (Scandal), Casey Cott (Riverdale), and RJ Mitte (Breaking Bad) also star in the Frankie KL-penned pic. Marvel will play well-liked history/government professor at a local community college who unexpectedly takes her class hostage in an effort to force a Senator to pass a Gun Control Bill that he’d promised to enact after a school shooting seven years ago left her daughter dead. Neutzsky-Wulff and KL are producing the project with Sara Victoria Pedersen. Marvel, who will next be seen in Netflix film The Land of Steady Habits, with Ben Mendelson, is repped by Innovative.

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Bryce Durfee has been cast in the indie film Foreign Exchange, joining Teri Polo and Dylan Walsh. Directed by Svetlana Cvetko, the plot follows exchange student Ana who, frightened by a stalker, moves to a small rural town to stay with her friends parents (Polo and Walsh). Ana becomes increasingly unnerved by Peter and Olivia’s growing insistence on treating her like their dead daughter and it’s not long before she realizes that the family has a sinister agenda. Durfee, whose credits include Baby Daddy and Last Man Standing, will play Kevin, the handsome college student who is interested in Ana. Chris Sivertson penned the screenplay, which Kaila York, Nigel Thomas, and Rick Benattar are producing. Durfee is repped Ellis Talent Group and manager Bob McGowan.