'C.O.G.' adapted from 'Naked' collection; 'Glass Chin' helmed by Noah Buschel
“Midnight In Paris” thesp Corey Stoll has landed a handful of roles signing on a comedy movie based on a David Sedaris essay and indie drama “Glass Chin.”
Based on an essay from the collection “Naked,” “C.O.G.” will star Jonathan Groff. It’s about Sedaris’ experiences as an apple picker in Oregon, when the humorist found himself at odds with the locals and the religious right.
Stoll will play a factory worker with nefarious intentions.
“Glass Chin” will be helmed by Noah Buschel and follows a down-on-his-luck former boxing champ who is forced to make a choice between honor and ambition when he is framed for murder.
The UTA and Suskin Management-repped Stoll just wrapped production on the Dark Castle project “Non-Stop” starring Liam Neeson, and can be seen next in Netflix series “House of Cards” starring Kevin Spacey.