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Teresa Palmer and Melissa Leo are starring in Mark Webber’s indie “The Ever After,” Webber’s first film since “The End of Love.”

Phoebe Tonkin, Jaime King, Rosario Dawson and Kid Cudi are in negotiations as supporting cast members.

Penned by Palmer and Webber, the script is about a brutal love story that explores the depths of marriage. It’s a joint venture between their companies Yumehome and Poor Rich Kids.

“The Ever After” has been kept under wraps since filming started in February in Australia. Shooting will culminate in Los Angeles and New York through July and August.

“The End of Love” premiered at Sundance last year. Webber’s first film, “Explicit Ills” won the Audience Award at SXSW in 2008.

Palmer starred in “Warm Bodies” and is in “Cut Bank” opposite Liam Hemsworth. Webber is in Lynn Shelton’s “Laggies” opposite Keira Knightley. Leo won the supporting actress Oscar for 2010’s “The Fighter.”