Alex Frost, J.K. Simmons

Alex Frost and J.K. Simmons have landed roles in “The Vicious Kind,” directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Indie centers on a young woman who’s stalked by the obsessed older brother of her boyfriend. Frost will next be seen in “Stop Loss” and “Drillbit Taylor,” both out in March. Simmons’ recent credits include “Juno” and “Rendition.”

More Scene

  • SAG Awards Prep

    Sneak Peek at 2018 SAG Awards Post-Show Gala

    Alex Frost and J.K. Simmons have landed roles in “The Vicious Kind,” directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Indie centers on a young woman who’s stalked by the obsessed older brother of her boyfriend. Frost will next be seen in “Stop Loss” and “Drillbit Taylor,” both out in March. Simmons’ recent credits include “Juno” and “Rendition.”

  • Sundance Parties

    Sundance 2018: The Insider's Party Guide

    Alex Frost and J.K. Simmons have landed roles in “The Vicious Kind,” directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Indie centers on a young woman who’s stalked by the obsessed older brother of her boyfriend. Frost will next be seen in “Stop Loss” and “Drillbit Taylor,” both out in March. Simmons’ recent credits include “Juno” and “Rendition.”

  • '12 Strong' film premiere

    '12 Strong': Chris Hemsworth Hopes Film Can Reduce 'Misconceptions' About Afghanistan

    Alex Frost and J.K. Simmons have landed roles in “The Vicious Kind,” directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Indie centers on a young woman who’s stalked by the obsessed older brother of her boyfriend. Frost will next be seen in “Stop Loss” and “Drillbit Taylor,” both out in March. Simmons’ recent credits include “Juno” and “Rendition.”

  • Guillermo del Toro, Greta Gerwig and

    Timothée Chalamet Says He'd Love to Work With Christopher Nolan or Guillermo del Toro

    Alex Frost and J.K. Simmons have landed roles in “The Vicious Kind,” directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Indie centers on a young woman who’s stalked by the obsessed older brother of her boyfriend. Frost will next be seen in “Stop Loss” and “Drillbit Taylor,” both out in March. Simmons’ recent credits include “Juno” and “Rendition.”

  • Tracee Ellis Ross

    Tracee Ellis Ross at Image Makers Awards: 'Clothing Started as Armor for Me'

    Alex Frost and J.K. Simmons have landed roles in “The Vicious Kind,” directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Indie centers on a young woman who’s stalked by the obsessed older brother of her boyfriend. Frost will next be seen in “Stop Loss” and “Drillbit Taylor,” both out in March. Simmons’ recent credits include “Juno” and “Rendition.”

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content