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Dennis Quaid, David Thewlis, and Josh Hutcherson Join 'Littlemouth' Sci-Thriller

Today, Deadline revealed that the Jonathan Sobol-directed feature, Littlemouth, has set its main cast - and they’re not messing around. The star-studded lineup includes Dennis Quaid (Midway), Isabelle Fuhrman (The Novice), David Thewlis (Fargo), Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games franchise), and Kiera Allen (The Good Doctor). Sobol also penned the sci-fi thriller which will tell the story of a genius computer scientist (Fuhrman), who has been hired by a tech billionaire (Quaid) to work on a world-altering project. The catch? If the team can’t pull it off, the stakes may be gravely dangerous. Productivity Media and Darius films are backing the project with Nicholas Tabarrok (Defendor, Stockholm) serving as a producer alongside Productivity Media’s William G. Santor (Four Good Days) and Doug Murray (Unplugging).
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That Time Jennifer Lawrence Accidentally Knocked Josh Hutcherson Out On The Set Of The Hunger Games

It has officially been ten years since The Hunger Games hit theaters and one of the unmistakable highlights of the franchise to this day is Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence’s relationship on screen as Peeta and Katniss and real-life friendship off screen. The actors who both hail from Kentucky got to go on an incredible journey together as the stars of the franchise and have some fun stories about their time on the movies.

57 Seconds: Morgan Freeman, Josh Hutcherson To Team For Sci-Fi Thriller From Macon Blair

"57 Seconds" revolves around tech blogger Franklin Fausti (Hutcherson), who scores a career-changing interview with tech visionary Anton Burrell (Freeman). Franklin thwarts an attack against tech guru Burrell, which leads him to discover a mysterious ring that allows its user to travel 57 seconds (yes, only 57 seconds) into the past. This, in conjunction with Burrell's support, allows Franklin to enact a plan of revenge against a pharmaceutical company responsible for his sister's death. However, messing with the chronology of time has its repercussions: Franklin soon gets entangled in a web too complex for his own sake, which puts his own destiny at stake.

Berlin: Morgan Freeman, Josh Hutcherson to Lead Time-Bending Sci-Fi Thriller ’57 Seconds’

Oscar winner Morgan Freeman and The Hunger Games grad Josh Hutcherson are teaming up for action science-fiction thriller 57 Seconds, launching at Berlin’s virtual European Film Market with Highland Film Group. Directed by Rusty Cundieff (Tales From the Hood, Chappelle’s Show), the film is written by Macon Blair (Netflix’s I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance) and based on a story by British author E.C. Tubbs.More from The Hollywood ReporterBerlin Film Fest Honoree Isabelle Huppert on Why "Taking Risks Is Part of the Game"Berlin: 'Spencer' Producer Komplizen Film Joins Indie Production...

Morgan Freeman and Josh Hutcherson to Star in Sci-Fi Thriller ‘57 Seconds’

One of Morgan Freeman's and Josh Hutcherson's next film roles will involve time travel. According to The Hollywood Reporter, both stars have been cast in the upcoming film 57 Seconds, described as a science-fiction thriller about a ring that allows its wearer to travel back in time. Hutcherson will play...

Highland boards EFM sales on Morgan Freeman, Josh Hutcherson sci-fi thriller ‘57 Seconds’

Morgan Freeman and Josh Hutcherson are set to star in the upcoming sci-fi thriller 57 Seconds with Highland Film Group handling international sales at EFM. CAA Media Finance represents US rights on the story about a tech blogger who thwarts an attack on a tech guru and comes into possession of the latter’s ring, which allows the wearer to travel 57 seconds back in time.

Throwback‘RV’ Cast: Where Are They Now? Cheryl Hines, Josh Hutcherson, JoJo and More

Road trip! The cast of RV made family cross-country vacations cool again — despite the series of unfortunate events that befell the Munro family. Robin Williams led the 2006 comedy as Bob Munro, a beverage company worker forced to travel from California to Colorado for a work event. Throughout the film, Bob tries to keep his dysfunctional family in check — wife Jamie (Cheryl Hines) and children Cassie (JoJo) and Carl (Josh Hutcherson) — while keeping his work mission under wraps.