Allison Lange will co-star alongside writer, director and star Josh Evans (“Glam,” “Inside the Goldmine”) in “Orange County.”
Lange will play a Prozac-popping, spoiled rich girl living in Orange County and desperately vying for her parents’ attention. When a drug deal goes awry between her boyfriend (Evans) and her father (Dick Van Patten), the former disappears.
Lange recently wrapped Victor & Grais Prods.’ “Christina’s House” opposite Brad Rowe (“Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss”), John Savage and Brendan Fehr. She is repped by Michael Greenwald and Neal Bagg of Don Buchwald & Associates and manager Melanie Sharpp of Sharpp Talent.
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Regina Hall has joined the cast of Dimension’s “Scream If You Know What I Did Last Halloween,” the horror spoof from director Keenen Ivory Wayans.
The actress recently wrapped New Line’s “Love and Basketball” opposite Omar Epps, and will appear in Malcolm Lee’s upcoming “The Best Man.” Deal was brokered by Mark Holder of Meridian Artists Agency.
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Young thesp Leo Fitzpatrick (“Kids”) has signed on to do four independent films. First up is “Seventeen Sips,” currently lensing in Nebraska, about a group of teens who pass their days at a local coffeehouse. TV helmer Stephen Berra (“Felicity,” “Nash Bridges”) directs. Next, Fitzpatrick will co-star alongside Charlie Hoffheimer (“Father’s Day”) in “Last Ball,” a coming-of-age story about a boy stuck in small-town life. Ivon Visall and Konstantin von Krusentern are producing the directorial debut of writer-director Peter Callahan.
The third project is “Don’t Let Go” from scribe Arthur Jeon, which focuses on a young man sent to live with an uncle in the mountains after he accidentally kills his father in a car crash. Marta Mobley produces and Sam Keith directs. Finally, Fitzpatrick will head to “King of the Korner” alongside Sundance fave Saul Williams (“Slam”), playing a neurotic skateboard kid who manages a video arcade. Pic is a bleak look at survival on the streets of L.A. James Mathers directs and Kees Kasander produces. Lensing is skedded to begin in October.
Fitzpatrick is repped by manager Richard Kerner of Doxon Entertainment.