Shooting on Mark Webber’s third directorial outing The Ever After starring Teresa Palmer, Melissa Leo and Webber will move from Australia to Los Angeles and New York and is scheduled to end in August.
Production started last February in Australia on the project, described as “a brutal love story that explores the depths of a marriage.” Phoebe Tonkin, Jaime King, Rosario Dawson and Kid Cudi are in negotiations to join the supporting cast.
Palmer and Webber co-wrote the screenplay and are producing The Ever After through their companies Yumehome and Poor Rich Kids.
Webber’s previous directorial offering The End Of Love premiered in Sundance in 2012 while Explicit Ills won the audience award and two cinematography prizes at SXSW 2008.
Palmer is lined up to star opposite Liam Hemsworth in the thriller in Cut Bank, while Webber is in production on Lynn Shelton’s Laggies starring Keira Knightley, which The Solution Entertainment Group is financing alongside its fund partner Siren Studios and introduced to international buyers in Cannes.