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Justin Long, Donald Faison to Star in Indie Feature 'The Wave'

Justin Long, Donald Faison to Star in Indie Feature 'The Wave'
Justin Long and Donald Faison are set for a ride on The Wave.

The indie feature follows an image-obsessed attorney (Long) that changes course on a high-stakes insurance case when a life-changing, drug-induced night on the town with co-workers, including Jeff (Faison), ends up changing his outlook on life.

Gille Klabin will direct from a screenplay by Carl Lucas. Lucas will also produce with Joshua Bunting via their EchoWolf Productions.

Long most recently starred opposite Cobie Smulders in Literally, Right Before Aaron and the coming-of-age indie And Then I Go. He is repped by UTA, 3 Arts and Felker Toczek.

Faison starred opposite Adam Scott in Netflix’s Little Evil and was in Lionsgate's Paula...
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Justin Long's Wedding Comedy 'Literally, Right Before Aaron' Goes to Screen Media

Justin Long's Wedding Comedy 'Literally, Right Before Aaron' Goes to Screen Media
Screen Media Films has acquired the North American rights to Cobie Smulders and Justin Long's wedding comedy Literally, Right Before Aaron

John Cho, Kristen Schaal, Peter Gallagher, Dana Delany and Lea Thompson are also among the cast of the film, which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival last month and will be released in theaters later this year. It marked the feature directorial debut of The Blacklist actor Ryan Eggold who also wrote and edited the film. Eggold also produced with Cassandra Kulukundis, Alexandra Rizk Keane, Nancy Leopardi and Ross Kohn.

Literally, Right Before Aaron stars Long as a heartbroken man who returns home to attend the wedding...
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Exclusive: Why Ryan Eggold Was Initially Skeptical of ‘The Blacklist: Redemption’

Exclusive: Why Ryan Eggold Was Initially Skeptical of ‘The Blacklist: Redemption’
For a character originally meant to be killed off in the pilot of The Blacklist and then again slated for death at the end of season one, Tom Keen (played by Ryan Eggold) may be the luckiest character in TV history. Now, after surviving four seasons and proving himself as an essential part of The Blacklist, Keen’s story is being spun off onto The Blacklist: Redemption, which premieres Thursday, Feb. 23 on NBC.

Of course, neither Keen nor The Blacklist: Redemption, which also stars Famke Janssen and was first introduced with a backdoor pilot in a May 2016 episode of The Blacklist, would be anywhere without Eggold. “Working with Ryan and seeing what he did [with Tom],” creator of both shows Jon Bokenkamp tells Et, is what made the actor an asset to the show and what led them to consider Keen for the spin-off. “The way Ryan played the character became something that was fun to write to.”[p
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