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McDermott, Graham on 'Texas' map

26 October 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Heather Graham and Dylan McDermott have joined the cast of Brad Isaacs' 1960s period drama A West Texas Children's Story.

The indie film, from Thom Mount's Whitsett Hill Entertainment, revolves around two 12-year-olds who embark on an adventure to improve their lives after living with abusive parents. AnnaSophia Robb (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and Cayden Boyd (X-Men: The Last Stand) play the children.

Graham and McDermott play the girl's beatnik aunt and uncle who teach the children about their alternative lifestyle. Lara Flynn Boyle and Matthew Modine play the boy's parents. Val Kilmer also is in the film, which marks a directorial debut for Isaacs.

Based on an original screenplay by Isaacs (writer on Roseanne, Newhart and The Larry Sanders Show), Texas is filming in Albuquerque, N.M.

Boulevard Pictures, the film arm of Whitsett Hill Entertainment, and Miami-based Wolfgang Cinema are financing the film. Peace Arch Films is handling foreign distribution.


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