The first image from Joel Schumacher’s thriller Trespass has landed online. The film is currently shooting in Shreveport, LA and stars Nicolas Cage, Nicole Kidman, Cam Gigandet, and Jordana Spiro (TBS’s My Boys). Dedicated readers may remember that, only two months ago, Cage’s participation in the project seemed to be in jeopardy given an incommunicado vacation the actor enjoyed in the Bahamas. Luckily (I think), all of those issues seem to have been ironed out as evidenced by tonight’s image which depicts Cage and Kidman at gunpoint.
Trespass was penned by Eli Richbourg and Karl Gajdusek. The story revolves around a husband and wife (Cage & Kidman) who are taken hostage by gun-wielding perps looking for money. As Schumacher himself puts it, “There are cross-connections between the family and the [criminals], and many secrets come out.” Oh, Joel Schumacher, you had me at “cross-connections.” To check out the full-sized first image from the film, hit the jump.
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