Actors Y'Lan Noel and Cleopatra Coleman have been tapped as the leads for actor Mo McRae's directorial debut, A Lot of Nothing. The film has David Oyelowo attached as an executive producer.
The description: A married couple living in a Los Angeles suburb is compelled to take dangerous actions when they discover their next-door neighbor is the police officer that just murdered an unarmed motorist.
The script was written by McRae and Sarah Kelly Kaplan. The film is set to begin filming next month. The film is produced by Anonymous Content and Mansa Productions. The latter is coming off the Sundance acclaim and sale of Nine Days, which stars Winston Duke and Zazie Beetz.
Deadline first reported the news.
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