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Taylor, Madsen board ‘Sprawl’

Drama stars Nicole Fox as troubled teen

Jennifer Taylor (“Two and a Half Men”) and Michael Madsen have joined Nicole Fox to star in the indie teen drama “Sprawl,” produced by Trick Candle Prods. and Ronalds Brothers Prods.

Also joining the cast are Luke Eberl, Danielle Morrow, August Emerson and Lauren Mayhew. Most of the film is being filmed in downtown Los Angeles.

Dean Ronalds (“Netherbeast Incorporated”) is directing from a script by Domenic Migliore that provides a glimpse into the life of an outcast teenage girl who handles deep-seated issues by cutting on herself. Producers are Tom Malloy from Trick Candle Prods. and Brian Ronalds from Ronalds Brothers.

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