A trio of actors has boarded the crime drama Eye of Winter. Variety reports that Bryan Cranston, Alice Eve, and Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) have been set to star in the indie for director Tze Chun. The story centers on a struggling motel owner (Eve) who, along with her daughter, is taken hostage by a nearly blind career criminal (Cranston) to be his eyes as he attempts to retrieve his cash package from a crooked cop (Marshall-Green). Ursula Parker and Leo Fitzgerald have also joined the cast, and Chun co-wrote the script alongside Osgood Perkins and Nick Simon.
There’s no word on when production might begin, but I assume filming won’t get underway until next year as Cranston returns to shoot the final season of Breaking Bad this winter. Eve will next be seen in J.J. Abrams’ sequel Star Trek Into Darkness in May.
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