The film, set to start shooting this month in New York, is produced by Demarest Films and Mockingbird Pictures. “5 to 7” is being produced and co-financed by Demarest’s Sam Englebardt and William D. Johnson and Mockingbird’s Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn with the investor group as exec producers.
The film is co-exec produced by Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel of The Solution Entertainment Group, which is handling international sales and will represent it at the Cannes market this month. CAA and WME are co-representing U.S. rights.
Levin is directing from his own script, in which an aspiring novelist (Yelchin) has an extramarital with a French diplomat’s wife (Marlohe). Lambert Wilson plays the diplomat, Thirlby portrays a New York book editor, Langella and Close will play the novelist’s parents.
Year-old Demarest has produced “Paranoia,” “A Most Wanted Man,” “Machete Kills” and “Two Night Stand.”
Marlohe and Langella are repped by ICM, Thirlby, Close and Yelchin by CAA, and Wilson by Untitled Entertainment’s Michael Lazo.