Susan Sarandon (That’s My Boy) and Topher Grace (Spiderman 3, Take Me Home Tonight) are teaming up for a new serial killer movie called The Calling, per Deadline. The film was written by Scott Abramovitch and will be directed by Jason Stone, and starts shooting this week.
“The indie thriller will see Susan Sarandon will play a small-town Canadian detective who tracks down a serial killer targeting the terminally ill to use as disciples in his own planned resurrection. Topher Grace is the ambitious police officer recently transferred from Toronto who becomes the detective’s right-hand man.”
Christine Vachon, Killer Films and Randy Manis are producing.
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