Bryan Greenberg (How To Make It In America) has signed on to star in Vice alongside Bruce Willis, Thomas Jane and Ambyr Childers. Director Brian A. Miller’s film is set in a futuristic resort where the rich can live out their darkest fantasies and the lifelike staff are actually synthetic beings. Greenberg plays Evan, an extremely intelligent hipster nerd with connections in the hacking community. When Kelly (Childers) escapes from Vice, Evan helps her develop a plan for freedom. The feature is scheduled to start production today in Mobile, AL. Greenberg is repped by Gersh, Ellen Meyer Management and Alan Wertheimer.
Ryan Eggold, who co-stars on NBC’s The Blacklist, has landed a role in Fathers And Daughters, the Gabriele Muccino-directed feature that stars Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Aaron Paul. Eggold plays John, a Wall Street type who had a one-nighter with Katie (Seyfried). When they meet randomly in a restaurant a year later, John is hurt that she doesn’t remember him and gets into a fight with Cameron (Paul) when the guy tries to defend her honor. Eggold, whose upcoming projects include Lucky Them opposite Toni Collette, is repped by Untitled and Gersh. Read More »
Girls’ Adam Driver has signed on to star in Saverio Costanzo’s Hungry Hearts opposite Alba Rohrwacher. Driver and Rohrwacher play a couple who meet by chance in New York City and develop the perfect love story – marriage, children – only to find their happiness in jeopardy and in a struggle for life or death. Driver can be seen in The Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis. He also stars opposite Mia Wasikowska in the upcoming film Tracks, and in Warner Bros.’ This Is Where I Leave You. Driver also recently wrapped Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young with Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts. Driver is with Gersh.
How To Make It In America‘s Bryan Greenberg will headline indie dramedy A Year And Change (formerly Dear Jen). Greenberg plays the role of Owen, who decides it’s time to make some big changes in his life after falling off a roof at a New Year’s house party. Over the next year, he quits drinking, re-enters his estranged son’s life, reignites old friendships, and falls in love with Vera (Claire van der Boom), a bank teller and fellow divorcee – all in an attempt to replace family members he’d lost prematurely. TR Knight, Marshall Allman, Jamie Hector, Kat Foster and Jamie Chung round out the cast. Filming begins later this year in Rockville, MD. R. Stephen Seuttinger will direct in his feature debut. Suettinger … Read More »
EXCLUSIVE: Bryan Greenberg is leaving CBS’ untitled Greg Malins/Greg Berlanti multi-camera comedy pilot, in which he was to play the male lead opposite JoAnna Garcia. The decision was made after the project’s table read this morning. I hear it has to do with the heightened tone and dynamic of a multi-camera show and Greenberg, who is coming off a darker, single-camera half-hour, HBO’s single-camera comedy How To Make It In America, not quite fitting in. The role of Nick, which Greenberg was cast in, is now being recast. The Warner Bros./Berlanti Prods. project, also known as Oh F**k It’s You, centers on Nick, a notorious womanizer who, after surviving a health scare, realizes that “The One” he has never found is actually his best friend of 15 years, Wendy (Garcia). The problem is that Wendy is engaged to a guy Nick likes; she and Nick own a business together; and their attempt at dating back in college was a disaster. Greenberg was one of the sought-after actors this season with two broadcast pilots vying for him.
EXCLUSIVE: How To Make It In America star Bryan Greenberg is returning to broadcast TV as the lead opposite JoAnna Garcia in CBS’ untitled comedy pilot from Greg Berlanti and Greg Malins. The Warner Bros./Berlanti Prods. project, also known as Oh F**k It’s You, centers on Nick (Greenberg), a notorious womanizer who, after surviving a health scare, realizes that “The One” he has never found is actually his best friend of 15 years, Wendy (Garcia). The problem is that Wendy is engaged to a guy Nick likes; she and Nick own a business together; and their attempt at dating back in college was a disaster. Also cast in the pilot is Groundlings performer Ryan Gaul, repped by Gersh and the Safran Co., as Wendy’s kind and unassuming fiance. The two join recently cast Greg Grunberg. Greenberg, repped by Gersh and Ellen Meyer Management, had two comedy pilots vying for him, ultimately choosing the CBS one. Before toplining the HBO comedy How To Make It In America, he starred on ABC drama October Road and also had a role on One Tree Hill.