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Lola Kirke, Zoe Kravitz, John Cho to Star in Thriller ‘Gemini’

Lola Kirke, Zoe Kravitz and John Cho have signed on to star in Aaron Katz’s Los Angeles-set thriller “Gemini.”

Producers are Mynette Louie, Sara Murphy and Adele Romanski with Rough House Pictures executive producing. Principal photography has commenced in Los Angeles.

The cast includes Ricki Lake, Greta Lee (“Girls”), Michelle Forbes (“The Killing”), Nelson Franklin (“Veep”), Reeve Carney (“Penny Dreadful”), Jessica Parker Kennedy (“Black Sails”) and James Ransone (“Tangerine”). Plot details are under wraps.

ICM Partners is representing domestic rights.

“Gemini” is Katz’s fifth feature as a writer-director. He previously co-wrote and co-directed “Land Ho!” with Martha Stephens, which premiered at Sundance 2014, was released by Sony Pictures Classics and won the 2015 Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award. Katz also directed “Cold Weather,” “Quiet City” and “Dance Party, USA.”

Kirke stars in Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle” with feature credits on “Mistress America” and “Gone Girl.” Kravitz’s credits include the “Divergent” movies, “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “Dope” and “Big Little Lies.” Cho will be seen next in “Star Trek Beyond.”

Kirke is repped at ICM Partners and One Entertainment, Kravitz is repped at Paradigm and Untitled, Cho is repped at UTA and 3 Arts and Katz is repped at CAA.

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