Making her first feature appearance in more than a year, Juliette Lewis will star along with Marissa Ribisi, Jeremy Sisto, Michael Rapaport and Giovanni Ribisi in the Abra Edelman Prods. ensemble comedy “Men.”
Directed by “Sleep With Me” helmer Rory Kelly, the film centers on four unstable twentysomething women in search of long-term relationships in 1990s Los Angeles.
Scripted by Ribisi and Brie Shaffer, “Men” is produced by Edelman, Gay Ribisi and Boaz Davidson. Millennium Films distributes internationally.
Rounding out the cast are David Gail, Trevor Goddard, Pamela Segall and Kristin Datillo.
Lewis, last seen on the bigscreen in Rysher and Paramount’s 1996 release “Evening Star,” will next star opposite Diane Keaton in Touchstone Pictures’ Garry Marshall-helmed “The Other Sister.”
Her other roles include “Husbands and Wives,” “Cape Fear” (which earned her a supporting Oscar nom), “Natural Born Killers” and “Kalifornia.” She was repped in the deal by the William Morris Agency’s Scott Henderson and manager Joel Stevens.
**TX:Ribisi’s resume includes roles in “Dazed and Confused,” “The Brady Bunch Movie” and “Changing Habits.” She’s managed by Gay Ribisi.
Sisto, who recently competed work on the indie feature “Bong Water,” will appear in the upcoming film “Without Limits” with Billy Crudup and Monica Potter. His other credits include “Hideaway,” “White Squall,” “Moonlight and Valentino” and “Clueless.” He was repped in the deal by his manager Louise Spinner at Bumel/O’Neill and Endeavor’s Adam Venit.
Edelman Prods.’ most recent project was “Changing Habits,” starring Moira Kelly, Christopher Lloyd and Dylan Walsh. Edelman also served as associate producer on “Bulletproof Heart” and exec producer on “Underworld.”