Rohan Campbell & Maddie Hasson To Star In Indie Thriller ‘Violence’

EXCLUSIVE: Rohan Campbell (Halloween Ends, The Hardy Boys) and Maddie Hasson (Malignant, The Recruit) have signed on to star in the thriller pic Violence from filmmaker Connor Marsden.

The film is produced by Julian Geneen for Grand Touring Productions, William Woods (The Kid Detective) for Woods Entertainment, Albert Shin (The White Fortress) for Timelapse Pictures, and Maddy Falle (Dada) for Obvious Allegory. The script was written by Marsden, Woods, and Devin Myler. Cameras roll next month in Sudbury, Northern Ontario.

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Pic is described as an “operatic punk rock thriller.” The Synopsis reads: Set in an alternate 1980s, we find our anti-hero Henry Violence caught in the middle of an intensifying drug war. The film will be scored by NOWHERE2RUN, comprised of members of the two-time Grammy Award-nominated Code Orange. Exec producers are Steven Schneider (Paranormal Activity and Insidious franchises) along with Tom Spriggs, Andrew Bronfman, Andrew Webster, Mark Stevens, and Sam Sutcliffe.

“The team breathing life into this film has equaled my decade-long passion in a way I could only dream of,” said Marsden. “I can’t wait for audiences around the world to meet these characters, brought to life by this remarkable cast.”

Violence is financed by Ursa Major, Game Theory Films, Redlab, Good Movies, and the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund. Rohan Campbell is represented by CAA and Andrew Webster for Webster Talent Management and Maddie Hasson is repped by UTA.

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