How to Make it in America star Bryan Greenberg is making his directorial debut with the opioid drama Junction.
The movie about Big Pharma and its impression on American well being care, which Greenberg additionally wrote and stars in, has an ensemble forged led by One Tree Hill stars Sophia Bush and Hilarie Burton, Jamie Chung, Michaela Conlin and Hill Harper. Verdi Productions and Public School Productions are producing.
Greenberg’s Junction addresses the opioid disaster in America from three completely different factors of view: the CEO of a pharmaceutical firm, a physician, and a affected person. Each character comes nose to nose with their selections and their position within the epidemic.
Greenberg will even star within the movie, which is ready to shoot within the spring 2022 in Rhode Island. Chad A. Verdi (The Irishman) is producing together with Aaron Kaufman (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For), Anthony Gudas, Michelle Verdi, Chad Verdi Jr., Paul Luba and Scott Annan and Thomas Sandgaard of The Sandgaard Foundation.
“This is a very personal story to me, as I’m sure it will be for millions of people who have found themselves affected by this crisis. I’m honored to be working alongside the Verdi team, Aaron Kaufman, Anthony Gudas, and The Sandgaard Foundation to bring my vision to life,” Greenberg mentioned in a press release.
Greenberg’s earlier work additionally consists of TV sequence One Tree Hill, and Vice, starring alongside Bruce Willis and Thomas Jane. Chung appeared within the movies Grown Ups, Premium Rush and The Hangover Part II.
Verdi Productions just lately produced Johnny & Clyde, starring Megan Fox and Tyson Ritter, and Wash Me In The River, starring Robert De Niro and John Malkovich. Both movies will likely be launched later this 12 months.
“This film will change the minds of millions and show people just how greedy and corrupt our health system is. It sickens me how Big Pharma gets away with murder,” producer Verdi added in a press release.