Set concurrently with the previous Skyline film but in a different undisclosed location during the worldwide alien invasion, Mark, a tough-as-nails detective, embarks on a relentless pursuit to free his son, Trent, from a nightmarish alien warship.
This is our first look at Lindsey’s new film, Lasso. Unfortunately, she’s not in the teaser, but it definitely leaves you with the vibe of the movie which Deadline describes as “Texas Chainsaw Massacre Meets Cocoon”.
EXCLUSIVE: Caitlin Stasey, Lindsey Morgan and Zoe Levin are set to co-star in Edward Burns coming-of-age film Summertime, which will begin shooting next month in New York.
The pic, set in summer 1983 on the south shore of Long Island, follows a group of working-class young people as they work their summer jobs, fall in and out of love and wrestle with what the future holds when the summer ends and the real world beckons.
Burns and Aaron Lubin are producing the project with Achates Film Partners on board to exec produce.
Stasey will co-star as Suzy, the wild child who skipped town the day after high school graduation but now is back after her marriage hit the skids. Stasey, who starred in Fox’s just-canceled comedy APB and Hulu’s Please Like Me, is repped by Authentic Talent & Literary Management and Gersh.
Levin will play Lydia, the beauty in the group who always tries to guide her friends to do the right thing. Repped by Anonymous Content, CAA and Patty Felker, she co-starred in Fox’s short-lived series Red Band Society and appeared in Gia Coppola’s drama Palo Alto.
Lindsey, repped by CAA and Luber Roklin Entertainment, stars as Raven Reyes on CW’s postapocalyptic drama The 100, which has been renewed for Season 5.
PixlTV posted on their facebook that Casa Vita will premiere on in just two weeks on February 6th. Also, they posted a new poster for the film. Enjoy!
Teenplicity: Why do you think The 100 has become as popular as it is now?
Lindsey Morgan: I think The 100 has become so popular because it is not like any other show on TV right now for its targeted audience. We have multiple strong female characters in leadership roles and not having a typical catfight over the boy. I think a lot of girls respond to that positively, but our show has plenty of action for the boys. So I think the show has something for everyone and it is done in such a thrilling, captivating way.
T: What is your favorite thing about how Raven’s character has developed and why? (asked by Anonymous on Tumblr)
LM: Raven was always a badass from the beginning, but she was not the easiest to be around. I think her development has brought to her a new understanding of people and shown her the ability to open her heart to others. She actually has friends now and has become more of a team player than just her and Finn against the world. As well as her disability, it has shown how tough her inner strength is and has tested her will. She never gives up, but she has come dangerously close.