Rainn Wilson, Mena Suvari, Fionn Whitehead, and Jack Dylan Grazer star in Don’t Tell A Soul, a dramatic indie thriller written and directed by Alex McAulay. It’s the first directorial outing for McAulay, who penned the 2017 feature Flower starring Zoey Deutch.
Don’t Tell A Soul follows two young thieving brothers (Whitehead, Grazer), with a cancer-stricken mother at home (Suvari), who match wits with a security guard (Wilson) trapped at the bottom of a forgotten cistern.
Chris Mangano of Mangano Movies & Media and Unbridled Film’s Merry-Kay Poe produced the pic, while UTA Independent Film Group has come aboard to rep the film.
Whitehead, repped by UTA, Curtis Brown Group, and Peikoff Mahan Law Office, made his feature debut as the star of Christopher Nolan’s Oscar nominated war film Dunkirk and can currently be seen in Netflix’s first interactive film, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. He next stars in Port Authority, an indie that has Martin Scorsese serving as an executive producer.
Grazer, best known for starring as Eddie in Warner Bros’ blockbuster horror film It, is set to reprise his role in the forthcoming sequel It: Chapter Two and also stars in the hotly anticipated DC Comics film Shazam!. Innovative Artists and Tanguay Talent Agency rep him.
Since ending his run on The Office, Emmy-nominated Wilson has recurred on Star Trek: Discovery, the Showtime series Roadies, and has appeared in films like Permanent, opposite Patricia Arquette, and most recently Warner Bros shark thriller, The Meg. Repped by UTA, Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment and Sloane, Offer, Weber, Wilson recently wrapped on the feature Blackbird, which stars Kate Winslet, Mia Wasikowska, and Susan Sarandon.
Suvari, who gained attention for her roles in the 1999 films American Beauty and American Pie, was last seen in the John Wells’ short-lived American Woman series on Paramount Network an in the indie music drama Becks. She’s with APA, Management Production Entertainment, and Jackoway, Austen, Tyerman.
McAulay is repped by Verve Talent and Literary Agency, Writ Large, and Jackoway, Austen, Tyerman.