John Wells Prods. and River Road Entertainment are producing with River Road’s Bill Pohlad directing from Oren Moverman’s script. Paul Dano is starring as the young Brian Wilson, with John Cusack playing the older version. Paul Giamatti and Elizabeth Banks also star.
Lensing began this week in Los Angeles.
Rogers’ recent credits include “Careful What You Wish For,” while Davern recently wrapped the indie feature “Born to Race 2.” Rogers is repped by APA and Management 360. Davern is repped by APA and Alchemy Entertainment.
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