Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson have joined the cast of first-time writer-director Matthew Chapman’s suspense film, The Ledge. According to THR, The Ledge centers on a man (played by Charlie Hunnam) standing on a high-rise ledge who insists he must jump by noon as the policeman below (played by Terrence Howard) tries to manage the situation. Chapman says the film “examines the different and sometimes dangerous beliefs people adopt as a means of surviving emotional trauma.” No word on what roles Tyler and Wilson will play.
Tyler will next be seen in James Gunn’s action-comedy Super while Wilson has the summer covered with The A-Team in June, Morning Glory in July, and The Switch in August.
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