Vincent Piazza, Dash Mihok, Suki Waterhouse, Luke Wilson and Abbie Cornish are starring in the independent drama “The Girl Who Invented Kissing.”
Production launched recently in New York with Tom Sierchio directing from his own script and making his feature directorial debut. The producers are George Zakk and Corey Large with 308 Entertainment fully financing.
“The Girl Who Invented Kissing” is the story of two brothers, played by Piazza and Mihok, with the younger caring for the older. Their relationship is heightened by the sudden appearance of a young woman, played by Waterhouse, who brings excitement, adventure and a bit of danger into the lives of both siblings and the surrounding community.
Wilson and Cornish are in supporting roles. Wilson will be seen next in Will Smith’s “Concussion.”
Piazza starred in “Boardwalk Empire” and “Jersey Boys.” Mihok appears on “Ray Donovan.” Waterhouse is starring in “Billionaire Boys Club.”
Piazza and Mihok are represented by Gersh and Untitled Entertainment. Waterhouse is repped by CAA and Untitled. Wilson is repped by CAA and Hirsch Wallerstein. Cornish is repped by Untitled Entertainment.
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