Emile Hirsch, Zoe Kravitz Starring in Crime Drama ‘Vincent-N-Roxxy’

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In a pre-American Film Market move, Emile Hirsch and Zoe Kravitz have signed on to star in the action crime drama “Vincent-N-Roxxy.”

Keith Kjarval developed the movie and is producing through his Unified Pictures banner in association with Media House Capital. Aaron L. Gilbert serves as executive producer.

Gary Michael Schultz will direct from his own screenplay. Shooting will start in Louisiana in December.

International sales are being handled by Fortitude International, which will present the project to buyers at the upcoming AFM. WME represents the film’s domestic distribution rights.

The film follows a down-on-their-luck pair of rebels who fall in love and fall apart when their violent pasts catch up with them. “’Vincent-N-Roxxy’ is a very personal story for me and, at its core, it is a story about love, family and the unrelenting presence of violence,” said Schultz.

Unified Pictures recently wrapped the comedy “The Driftless Area,” starring Zooey Deschanel, Anton Yelchin, John Hawkes, Aubrey Plaza, Frank Langella and Ciaran Hinds. Its most recent films include William H. Macy’s directorial debut “Rudderless” and comedy-drama “Loitering with Intent,” starring Sam Rockwell, Marisa Tomei and Natasha Lyonne.

Hirsch starred in “Lone Survivor” and Kravitz was recently seen in “Divergent.”

Hirsch is repped by UTA. Kravitz is repped by Paradigm.

 

 

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