Robyn Lively and Tony Hale have joined "Sironia" from writer-director Brandon Dickerson.
The story tells of a singer-songwriter who, struggling with her career in Los Angeles, movies to Sironia, Texas. Lively plays a dyed-in-the-wool Texan and local socialite.
Steven Sills, Laura Smith and Lauren Schwartz produce. Filming stars Sunday in Waco, Texas.
Lively was recently seen in Vivendi Entertainment's "Letters to God" directed by David Nixon and Patrick Doughtie. The drama opened April 9th in limited areas. Other credits include TV's "Saving Grace" and "30 Rock" as well as "The Mentalist."
Hale has had regular roles on the series "Arrested Development" and "Chuck" and recently appeared in "The Informant!" with Matt Damon, "In My Sleep," "The Goods" and "Stranger Than Fiction."