Trio Signs On or ‘ATM’
Brian Geraghty, Josh Peck and Margarita Levieva have signed to star in “ATM,” a thriller from the Safran Co. and Gold Circle Films. David Brooks is directing from a script by “Buried” scribe Chris Sparling.
The companies are hoping to evoke Hitchcockian vibes with their tale of three co-workers who make a late-night visit to an ATM and end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man.
Geraghty, Peck and Levieva play the co-workers.
A late-September start in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is being eyed.
Peter Safran, who also produced Sparling’s “Buried,” is producing along with Paul Brooks (“The Haunting in Connecticut”). Dan Clifton is executive producing.
Geraghty starred opposite Jeremy Renner and Anthony Mackie in “The Hurt Locker.” He also recently starred in Kyle Patrick Alvarez’s indie drama “Easier With Practice” and toplined Kirsten Dunst’s short film, “Bastard,” which premiered at in May at the Festival de Cannes. He is repped by UTA and Luber Roklin Entertainment.
Peck, repped by UTA and the Collective, recently completed filming on MGM’s “Red Dawn” and starred in Sony Pictures Classics’ “The Wackness.”
Levieva, repped by UTA and Cornerstone Talent, appeared on the Fox series “Vanished” and had an arc on HBO’s “How to Make It in America.” She appeared in “Adventureland” and will co-star opposite Matthew McConaughey in “The Lincoln Lawyer.