Actors Wes Bentley (Intersteller, Knight of Cups, The Hunger Games, American Beauty) and Jaimie Alexander (London Fields, Thor: The Dark World, Thor) will star in the upcoming psychological thriller BROKEN VOWS.
Written by James Agnew and Sean Keller (Rage), internationally award-winning commercial Belgium director Bram Coppens makes his directorial debut with this first feature film.
The movie is produced by Wendy Benge (Life of Crime, Life After Beth) and Larry Ladove (The Butler, Life of Crime) will serve as Executive Producer. Stonecreek Films will be financing the film. The film is slated to go into production in late June.
BROKEN VOWS tells the story of Patrick Flynn (Bentley), whose charm and charisma masks a profound psychosis. Patrick seduces Tara Bloom (Alexander), instantly becoming infatuated with the beauty. But when Tara rejects Patrick, he is sent spiraling into madness and delusion, erupting into psychotic rage. Tara is forced to find the strength to stop Patrick from destroying her love, her family, and her life.
Bentley first became well-known for his role in the Oscar-winning film AMERICAN BEAUTY. Wes is also known for his role of Seneca Crane in THE HUNGER GAMES and will next appear in INTERSTELLAR directed by Christopher Nolan alongside of Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway. In addition, he will be seen in the Terrence Malick film KNIGHT OF CUPS with Natalie Portman, Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett and Antonio Banderas in addition to WELCOME TO ME alongside James Marsden, Will Ferrell and Tim Robbins.
Alexander will next appear in LONDON FIELDS alongside Johnny Depp, Amber Heard and Billy Bob Thornton. In 2013, Jamie reprised her lead role as ‘Lady Sif’ in Marvel/Disney’s THOR 2: THE DARK WORLD, with the third installment currently being penned. Also in 2013, she starred alongside Arnold Schwarzegger and Johnny Knoxville in Lionsgate’s actioner THE LAST STAND. Jaimie recently attached herself to headline the independent feature Money Is Money alongside fellow up and coming actor Luke Bracey (Point Break) for acclaimed French director Gela Babluani.
“Agnew and Keller did an amazing job creating a new, thrilling spin to the psychological stalker film,” said Wendy Benge, producer. “I love the way they can take a common, traditional genre and turn it into something completely unique. Coppens take on this film will add a dark European sensibility. Alexander’s strong personality and Bentley’s intensity will make for a dynamic suspenseful thriller.”