Actor Katie Aselton’s (one of the best parts of “The League”) directorial debut, Black Rock, is slated to premiere next month at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Aselton’s husband Mark Duplass (Baghead, Cyrus) wrote the screenplay that “follows what happens when three childhood friends meet for a weekend getaway on an isolated island and discover that they have company.”
Lake Bell (“The League”), Kate Bosworth (Strawdogs, Superman Returns), Jay Paulson (“Happy Town”), Anslem Richardson and Will Bouvier will co-star with Aselton.
“I grew up watching classic suspense films and have long had the idea of making a girl-based thriller where the threat to the characters is very real, and the audience is left with the terrifying thought ‘this could happen to me,” said Aselton earlier this year.
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