‘Vice’ Actress Lily Rabe & More Join Brad Anderson’s Untitled Netflix Feature

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Lily Rabe, who can be seen in Annapurna’s Dick Cheney biopic Vice, in which she plays daughter Liz Cheney,  is on onboard for the Brad Anderson-directed Netflix film, along with Stephen Tobolowsky (One Day At A Time, The Goldbergs), Adjoa Andoh (Invictus), and Lucy Capri (Queen America). Sam Worthington was previously announced as the star of the film, which is scheduled to start shooting later this year and will be available to stream in 2019.

Alan B. McElroy wrote the screenplay. The plot follows a man who must find his courage and hold onto his sanity when his wife and daughter disappear in the middle of an ER visit.

Paul Schiff, Neal Edelstein, and Mike Macari are producing the projects.

Rabe, who has appeared in seven out of eight seasons of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story, will star in TNT’s upcoming drama series Tell Me Your Secrets. She’s repped by WME, Anonymous Content, and Gang, Tyre, Ramer.

Tobolowsky is repped by Innovative and Framework Entertainment; Andoh by Optimism Entertainment and Curtis Brown Agency in the UK; Capri by Cunningham Escott Slevin & Doherty.

 

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