Anna Faris, Alicia Silverstone and Patrick Wilson are set to join leads Susan Sarandon and Jaeden Martell in John Krokidas’ upcoming feature “Tunnels.”
Bankside Films have acquired the film from “Kill Your Darlings” director Krokidas, which is based on a screenplay by Victoria Rose.
In “Tunnels,” Martell (“Knives Out”) and Oscar-winner Sarandon (“Dead Man Walking”) play a duo who strike up the unlikeliest friendship in the wake of unthinkable tragedy.
Sarandon stars as Ruby, a woman whose grandson becomes a school shooter. She meets one of his victim’s siblings – Grayson (Martell) – when they are paired together at the local grocery store where they both work.
“As their friendship grows, and inspired by Grayson’s wisdom, Ruby realises that she may still have the power to make positive change and help bring the town back together again,” reads the logline.
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Wilson (“Aquaman”), Faris (“Overboard”) and Golden Globe Award nominee Silverstone (“Book Club”) round out the cast on the project, which is set to shoot in fall 2022.
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It’s more than a club, they’re best friends! Join in on the fun when The Baby-Sitters Club premieres on Netflix on July 3rd.
At 18, as she excitedly took on the role of Cher in Clueless, Alicia Silverstone had no idea the character would become an iconic part of pop culture and still be a hot topic 25 years later.
In a new interview with ET’s Lauren Zima, the 43-year-old actress dished on her new movie, Bad Therapy, discussed her part in the upcoming television adaptation of The Baby-Sitter’s Club, and reflected on her memorable portrayal of Cher in 1995’s Clueless.
“I don’t think I was thinking about anything in the future when I was 18-years-old,” Silverstone said about whether she ever imagined the phenomenal success of the movie, which marks its 25th anniversary in July. “I had no idea. I just knew it was an exciting part and that [director] Amy Heckerling was such a good filmmaker. I was really excited to take that on.”
Like many who still love the film and certain scenes from it, Silverstone also has her favorites lines.
“It’s not my line, but I love when Brittany Murphy says, ‘You’re a virgin who can’t drive,’” she shared. “In my life, sometimes for fun, to make myself laugh, I’ll say, ‘Oops! My bad.’ I really like, ‘Well, you see how picky I am about my shoes and they only go on my feet.’”
A quarter of a century later, Silverstone continues to light up the big screen. Her latest film, Bad Therapy, is set to be released on Apr. 17 via on-demand.
“Bad Therapy is deliciously ridiculous in that it’s a very, very dark comedy,” Silverstone said. “I play one of the Howards and my husband is the delicious amazing Rob Corddry. We are married and my character feels that we should go to some therapy, but truthfully, we’re totally in love and everything is going quite well.”
“She’s having some weird suspicions about her daughter and her husband and how he’s looking at her, so we decide to go to therapy and this therapist quite quickly tries to ruin our lives,” she explained.
The actress also has a role in Netflix’s upcoming small screen adaptation of Ann M. Martin’s popular book series, The Baby-Sitter’s Club. Silverstone portrays Kristy Thomas’ mom, Elizabeth Thomas-Brewer, in the show, premiering in May.