Greenberg and Prepon get in ‘The Kitchen’

Reteam for film about ill-fated birthday party

EXCLUSIVE:“October Road” co-stars Bryan Greenberg and Laura Prepon are reteaming for the indie comedy “The Kitchen,” which is currently filming in Los Angeles.

Ishai Setton (“The Big Bad Swim”) is directing from a script by Jim Beggarly (“Free Samples”).

Emily Ting (“Family Inc.) is producing the pic, which takes place entirely inside a kitchen and finds Prepon’s character celebrating her 30th birthday with an ill-fated party.

Supporting cast includes Matt Bush, Dreama Walker, Tate Ellington, Amber Stevens, Pepper Binkley and Catherine Reitman.

Prepon, who plays Chelsea Handler in NBC’s upcoming series “Are You There Vodka, It’s Me Chelsea,” will soon be seen alongside Bruce Willis and Rebecca Hall in Stephen Frears’ “Lay the Favorite.”

Greenberg stars on the HBO series “How to Make It In America,” which kicks off its sophomore season in October.

Gersh reps both Prepon and Greenberg, who are respectively managed by New Wave Entertainment and Ellen Meyer Management.

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