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Val Kilmer joins D.J. Caruso's The Goats

D.J. Caruso continues to ramp up casting on his passion project The Goats. Variety reports that Val Kilmer, Radha Mitchell and Kate Maberly have joined the cast of the indie drama. Principal photography began today in Georgia. The film is based on Brock Cole's critically acclaimed young adult novel Chandler Canterbury and Annalise Basso "as kids at summer camp who fall victim to a cruel prank that leaves them stranded on Goat Island. Rather than face the humiliation of returning to camp, the duo decide to run away together on a three-day journey of self-discovery." Kilmer will play a deputy sheriff, while Mitchell will play Basso's mother and Maberly will play a camp counselor.

The Goats is being produced by Ar Films founder Alexander Rodnyansky and Media Talent Group founder and chairmanGeyer Kosinski. John McAdams, Serge Bespalov, James Brubaker and Ken Aguado are set to executive produce the film.
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D.J. Caruso's passion project The Goats casts leads

D.J. Caruso's passion project, The Goats, has cast it's leads after over ten years in development. Variety reports that Chandler Canterbury (Knowing) and Annalise Basso (Dark House) have been cast in the indie drama, which is based on the critically acclaimed young adult novel by Brock Cole.

The story follows "two kids at summer camp who fall victim to a cruel prank that leaves them stranded on Goat Island. Rather than face the humiliation of returning to camp, the duo decide to run away together; what follows is a three-day journey of self-discovery."

The Goats is being produced by Ar Films founder Alexander Rodnyansky and Media Talent Group founder and chairman Geyer Kosinski. John McAdams, Serge Bespalov, James Brubaker and Ken Aguado are set to executive produce the film, which is schedule to start this October in Georgia.

Canterbury will soonn be seen alongside Jason Ritter and Rebecca Hall in A Bag of Hammers,
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