Andy Garcia, Jermaine Fowler, Marshawn Lynch & Steve Zahn Among Final Additions To 20th Heist Thriller ‘Eenie Meanie’

EXCLUSIVE: 20th Century Studios has rounded out the cast of its heist thriller Eenie Meanie, from writer-director Shawn Simmons. Newcomers include Andy Garcia (Pain Hustlers), Jermaine Fowler (Ricky Stanicky), Marshawn Lynch (Bottoms), Chris Bauer (Fellow Travelers), Steve Zahn (Wildcat), and Mike O’Malley (Heels).

As previously announced, Samara Weaving, Karl Glusman, Kyanna Simone and Randall Park will also star.

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The film centers on Edie (Weaving), a former teenage getaway driver who is dragged back into her unsavory past when a former employer (Garcia) offers her a chance to save the life of her chronically unreliable ex-boyfriend (Glusman). Produced by the Deadpool franchise’s Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the project is likely to premiere on Hulu, according to multiple sources. Production is currently underway in Cleveland, Ohio.

Most recently seen in Netflix’s Pain Hustlers and The Expendables 4, Garcia will next be seen in the rom-com Under the Stars and Taylor Sheridan’s Paramount+ series Landman, among other projects.

Next to be seen in Legendary’s Faces of Death, Fowler’s recent film credits include Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Ricky Stanicky, and Sting.

A former star NFL running back, Lynch has recently appeared in films like Bottoms and 80 for Brady, earning an Independent Spirit Award nom for Best Breakthrough Performance for his work in the former. Up next, he’ll appear in the comedy Signing Day, Amazon’s heist pic The Pickup, and Universal’s With Love.

Known for roles in shows like The Wire, The Deuce and True Blood, Bauer has most recently been seen starring on Starz’s Heels, additionally recurring on Fellow Travelers, Sprung and Gaslit.

Recently, Zahn has been seen on shows like The Righteous Gemstones and George & Tammy, as well as in films like Wildcat.

Most recently, O’Malley has been seen on Heels, as well as series like Abbott Elementary, Snowpiercer, and The Good Place.

Garcia is repped by CAA and Linden Entertainment; Fowler by UTA, Entertainment 360, and Yorn, Levine, Barnes; Lynch by WME and Ziffren Brittenham; Bauer by Buchwald, Framework Entertainment, and Schreck Rose Dapello; Zahn by UTA, Principal Entertainment LA, and Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern; and O’Malley by CAA, Stride Management, and Lichter, Grossman, Nichols.

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