Eddie Marsan and German star Nina Hoss have joined Chris Pine, Ben Foster and Gillian Jacobs in the Thunder Road and 30WEST thriller Violence Of Action.
New cast members alongside Marsan (Happy Go Lucky, Ray Donovan) and Hoss (Barbara, Homeland, Phoenix) include Amira Casar (Call Me By Your Name, Les Sauvages), Fares Fares (Chernobyl, Westworld) and J.D.Pardo (Mayans M.C.).
Tarik Saleh is directing Violence Of Action in the US, Germany and Romania until the end of the year. His follow-up to acclaimed Sundance 2017 selection The Nile Hilton Incident is based on a script by J.P. Davis. Thunder Road Films Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee are producing with Esther Hornstein co-producing. Dan Friedkin, Micah Green and Dan Steinman of the film’s financier 30WEST finances serve as executive producers alongside Pine, Jonathan Fuhrman, Tom Lassally and Josh Bratman.
STXinternational handles international sales and will distribute directly in the UK and Ireland. CAA Media Finance and 30WEST jointly represent US rights.
Violence Of Action stars Pine as a former Green Beret who goes on the run across Europe while on assignment with a paramilitary group. He must stay alive and get back to the US to find out who betrayed him.
Marsan is represented by Alex Irwin at Markham, Froggatt and Irwin and Jordan Berkus and Sarah Clossey at UTA. Hoss is represented by Roger Charteris at The Artist Partnership and Doreen Wilcox Little at Anonymous Content. Fares is represented by Emma Wikström at Actors in Scandinavia. Casar is represented by Frédérique Moidon at Art Media, and Pardo is represented by WME and Echo Lake Entertainment.