Ray Winstone and Juliette Lewis have signed on, and Ken Jeong and William Fichtner are now circling the upcoming indie drama BOOT TRACKS. The film, which centers on a man fresh from prison and out for revenge against those who sent him there, is set to begin filming next week.
Winstone, who has signed on to star as ‘The Buddha’ was last heard in the film “Rango” and seen in the Brit thriller “44 Inch Chest”. Lewis, who was last seen in “Sympathy for Delicious” most recently wrapped “Hick” alongside Blake Lively and Chloe Moretz. She is aboard for the role of ‘Mrs. Charney’.
Meanwhile, Jeong who can be seen weekly in the TV series “Community” has also starred in both of “The Hangover” films, while Fichtner, who seems to appear everywhere these days, was last seen in “Drive Angry”, and is currently in production on Neill Blomkamp “Elysium”. Jeong is being eyed for the role of ‘Ornay’ with Fichtner in the role of ‘Sikes’.
Winstone is repped by ICM, Lewis and Fichtner by Paradigm, with Lewis also with BL Management and Jeong with UTA and Aligned Entertainment.