David Arquette, Paz De La Huerta and Noah Segan have joined the cast of CHUCK HANK & THE SAN DIEGO TWINS opposite Jonathan Keevil, Tyler Dawson and Evan Glodell. Michael Pare, Steve Talley, Andrew Bryniarski, Jamil Walker Smith, Brett Gelman, Howard Rosenman and Don Frye round out the supporting cast.
The story follows a turf war that has been raging for generations in the fictional seaside community of Oldtown. On one side is the Syndicate gang of misfits who have been trying to muscle the San Diego family out of land they own in the center of town. On the other side is twin brothers Tony (Dawson) and Johnny (Keevil) and their sister Salsa. Most of their family were killed in the turf wars and now the Syndicate wants to get rid of the remaining members of the family to take over Oldtown for good. Arquette will play Lordy P who is the bossman of the Syndicate who will sport a cool kid’s mohawk. Huerta will play a member of the San Diego family while Segan will play one of the cronies of the Syndicate, The Block Compatriots.
Jonathan Keevil is currently directing from his own script. Producing will be Keevil, Evan Glodell, Vincent Grashaw, Chelsea St. John, Gabriel Cowan and John Suits.
Arquette was last seen in “The Cottage” and will soon appear in “Muffin Top: A Love Story.” Segan was last in Rian Johnson’s “Looper” and the final Rian Johnson directed episode of “Breaking Bad.” He’ll next show up in “Starry Eyes.” Huerta is best known for “Boardwalk Empire” but will soon appear in the mysterious “The Being Experience.”