Casting Call: Lucas Till, Kyle Schmid, Sonja Kinski, Rachel Blanchard, and Juliet Landau Star in DARK HEARTS; Rachael Taylor Joins LOFT

     June 1, 2011


Lucas Till, Kyle Schmid, Sonja Kinski, Rachel Blanchard, and Juliet Landau have signed on to join Goran Visjnic and Richard Edson in the independent noir thriller Dark Hearts.  Per Variety, the script by Christian Piers Betley centers on a “struggling artist [who] accompanies his younger brother to a secret gig where he finds his muse in sultry singer (Kinski) only to be thrust into a maelstrom of art, blood and passion, leading to a dangerous love triangle.”  Shooting began in May in Los Angeles under the direction of Rudolf Buitendach; Dark Hearts wraps production later this week.

Hit the jump for details on Rachael Taylor’s role in Loft.

Belgian director Erik Van Looy will make his Hollywood debut with a remake of his 2008 thriller Loft.  Patrick Wilson, James Marsden, Wentworth Miller, and Eric Stonestreet star as friends who share a loft to cavort with their mistresses: “When the body of an unknown woman is found there, they begin to suspect one another of murder.”  According to Variety, Taylor will play Ann, a call girl who Sarah (Isabel Lucas) pays to seduce Vincent (Wilson) — naturally, she falls for the object of her contractual seduction.  Wesley Strick (A Nightmare on Elm Street) is adapting Bart De Pauw’s original screenplay for the indie production set up at Anonymous Content.

Taylor recently wrapped production on The Darkest Hour, an alien invasion thriller set in Moscow.  The actress will next be seen as one of Charlie’s Angels in the ABC series remake.


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