Sean Faris to star in ‘Get Some’

Summit film begins shooting in July

Sean Faris is set to star in teen drama “Get Some,” the first film greenlit from the revamped Summit Entertainment, with lensing to begin in July in Los Angeles and Florida.

Summit’s partnered with Mandalay Pictures on “Get Some,” penned by Chris Hauty and Robert Munic and to be directed by Jeff Wadlow. Faris will portray a rebellious teen coerced into an underground fight club amid difficulties in adapting to his new high school. 

Faris most recent wrapped the thriller “Brooklyn to Manhattan” and the rugby-themed film “Forever Strong.” He’s starring in “The Glass Eye” and producing the thriller with his manager Dino May.

Summit announced earlier this month its slate of development projects, with a pair of pics — “Get Some” and “Step Up 2” — going into production this summer. Summit principals Robert Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger plan to distribute annually 10-12 pics, including eight that will be inhouse productions.

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