EXCLUSIVE: Lucy Freyer has joined the cast of Brit McAdams’ To paint, with Owen Wilson, Michaela Watkins, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ciara RenÃ©e, Lusia Strus and Stephen Root.
The comedic feature film centers around Carl Nargle (Wilson), who hosted Vermont’s # 1 painting exhibition for nearly three decades. While Carl’s signature whisper has long kept viewers from Pittsfield to St. Albans breathless with every hit, the station is finally hiring a younger and better painter who steals everything (and everyone) that Carl loves. .
In the film, currently in production, Freyer plays Jenna, an employee of Carl’s studio, who is also his latest girlfriend. Like the women before her, she is captivated by Carl’s gentle charm, but begins to realize that she does things she doesn’t believe in just to earn his affection.
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McAdams wrote the script for To paint, who made the blacklist. Producers on the project include Sam Maydew and Peter Brant, with Owen Wilson, Richard J. Bosner and Joel David Moore executive directors.
Freyer, who has already appeared in the series Jake’s unemployment summer and Dead @ 17: Rebirth, is represented by The Gersh Agency and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.
Jason Wong booked the role of Drallas in the untitled D & D film, based on the fantasy tabletop role-playing game of the same name, from Paramount and eOne.
The first Asian actor to play a major arc on the BBC Silent witness, Wong’s other TV credits include White Dragon (ITV / Amazon), Faded away (ABC), Chimerical (Channel 4), Live another day (Fox) and Spiritual warriors (BBC). On the cinema side, he appeared in Disney’s Solo: A Star Wars Story as well as Lionsgate’s Redemption, Universal’s Jarheadand independent drama Panic. Recently featured alongside Gemma Chan in Lionsgate’s Intrigo: Dear AgnÃ¨s, Wong’s upcoming projects include Anger of man, in which he appears opposite Jason Statham, and Simon Kinberg’s feature film Universal The 355.
Wong is replaced by 42, Innovative Artists and Jay Glazer at Roar.