Emily Wickersham, Wes Bentley and Jennifer Carpenter have joined Gone, starring Amanda Seyfried.
Lakeshore Entertainment' Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi produce alongside Sidney Kimmel Entertainment's Sidney Kimmel, Chris Salvaterra and Dan Abrams. Summit Entertainment has secured U.S. distribution rights to the film being directed by Heitor Dhalia from a script by Allison Burnett (Fame, Untraceable, Resurrecting the Champ).
The plot of Gone follows a kidnap survivor who tries to find the same killer whom she believes has abducted her sister. Seyfried joined the project in February and filming starts next month.
Other than the Gone movie, Lakeshore, Sidney Kimmel and Summit are partnering on the upcoming fantasy romance film Adaline. The trio previously partnered for the upcoming Lionsgate release The Lincoln Lawyer, starring Matthew McConaughey, Ryan Phillippe and Marisa Tomei and Katherine Heigl starrer One for the Money.
Shooting's set to being in April. Lakeshore, Sidney Kimmel and Summit are set to partner on the upcoming production of fantasy-romancer "Adaline." Lakeshore and Sidney Kimmel have partnered previously partnered on "The Lincoln Lawyer," starring Matthew McConaughey, and "One for the Money," starring Katherie Heigl.
Wickersham can be seen in Alex Pettyfer starrer I Am Number Four and Carpenter is a regular on Dexter. Bentley was seen in the flop Jonah Hex.