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Maxwell Jenkins, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Katie Douglas in Too Shall Pass – The Hollywood Reporter


Maxwell Jenkins, Jeremy Ray Taylor and Katie Douglas jumped on board All of this will passa coming-of-age drama from writer, director and veteran indie horror expert Rob Grant.

Among the cast members for a pic of beginning filming next month in Calgary are Ben Cockell, Jaylen Webb, Aidan Labrett, Nikki Rummel, and Chris Sandiford.

Set in 1987 in Syracuse, New York, All of this will pass It follows Simon, a 16-year-old suffocated by his strict Mormon upbringing and rebelliousness as he leaves town with his friends for a weekend in Canada, only to witness events that cause Simon to question his religious and personal beliefs.

“This cast is dynamite, the team behind the scenes is amazing, and I can’t wait to bring the world a different view of the new genre!” Grant said in a statement.

All of this will passwhich has secured funding from Telefilm Canada, marks the fifth film collaboration between Grant – who began as an editor at Cabin in the Woods, Deadpool 2 And Steven Spielberg The BFG — and lead producer Michael Peterson of Peterson Polaris Corp.

Grant’s management credits include Harpoon, Mon Ami And fake blood Jason R. Ellis of Eclipse Management & Entertainment and musician Michael Baker of Head Fake will executive produce, with Coco Kleppinger casting.

Jenkins is represented by Innovative Artists, Gilbertson Entertainment, and Myman Greenspan Fox. Taylor is represented by Paradigm. Cockell is represented by Red Management and D2 Management.

Webb is represented by the Innovative Artists Group and the Impact Artists Group. Labrett is represented by A3 Artists Agency and Untitled Entertainment. Douglas is represented by innovative artists, Noble Kaplan Abrams and Skrzyniarz & Mallean.

Rommel is represented by AMI Artist Management and Stagecoach Entertainment. Sandiford is represented by A3 Artists Agency and Play Management.

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