Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
Crime Drama Magic Hour continues to expand its cast by adding Will Wallace (The Tree of Life). Wallace has a long resume and is a regular of Director Terrance Malick, including his newest film, an untitled project with Ben Affleck. No word on what role Wallace will be playing in Magic Hour.
Magic Hour is the story of a young man that is taken in by a local crime family in early 90's Venice Beach. Production has been shooting in Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, and Los Angeles for the past month.
Among the casting announcements so far are C. Thomas Howell, next seen in the tentpole "The Amazing Spider-Man", Trevor Morgan, William Russ, Kris Lemche, Josh Emerson, Courtney Daniels, Elias Brett, Mark Alan, and Kevin McNamara. Magic Hour has been a topic of speculation for many industry and fan publications as the producers have yet to clarify what roles each of the major cast will be playing.
Magic Hour is being produced by Busted Buggy Entertainment and Sunside Film, and is the second feature film by writer/director Cole Mueller. The film is Executive Produced by Dan Cunningham for Busted Buggy, Jefferson Butler and co-produced by Bryan Chesin, Lysa Oldhams, and Matt Marzulo.