By: Sid Perriwinkle
The story centers around a retired mob enforcer who is forced to return to Las Vegas, the city where his life of crime began, and rescue his daughter from a plethora of former enemies. Patric will star as Paul, the mob enforcer. Willis, who was previously set to star, will play Omar, a man who has been waiting years for Paul’s return. Any other roles besides those two are being kept under wraps. Miller is helming from a script penned by Jeremy Passmore and Andre Fabrizio. Adam Goldworm, Randall Emmett, George Furla, Ho-Sung Pak and Fred Song are producing. Tim Sullivan is co-producing while Brandon Grimes, Kim Young-don, Choi Pyeung-ho, Barry Brooker, Stan Wertlieb and Jeff Rice executive produce.
Patric was last seen in “Keyhole” and “Cavemen.” He’ll next appear in “The Confines” and “The Outsider.” Cusack was last seen in Scott Walker’s “The Frozen Ground” and Eugenio Mira’s “Grand Piano.” He’ll next be in David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars” and Brian Trenchard-Smith’s “Drive Hard.” Schaech last appeared in Lifetime’s “The Client List”, Showtime’s “Ray Donovan” and Paul Soter’s horror “Dark Circles.” He’ll next be in “The Culling” and “Hercules: The Legend Begins.” Mantegna was last seen in “Jake Squared” and also appeared alongside Cusack in “The Frozen Ground.” She’ll next be in “California Scheming” and “Undiscovered Gyrl.” Jackson last appeared in “Escape Plan” and played himself in Jon Turteltaub’s “Last Vegas.” He’ll next star alongside Danny Trejo and Jason Mewes in “Vengeance.” Rain’s last performance was back in 2012 with Dong Won-kim’s “Al-too-bi: Riteon Too Beiseu”, known here in the states as “Soar into the Sun.”