Best known for his role as the unknowingly sexually ambiguous Tobias in Arrested Development, Actor and comedian David Cross is set to make his directorial debut with Hits. The upcoming indie comedy, set in a small town in upstate New York, examines the nature of fame in the YouTube era.
The films large cast includes; Matt Walsh, Meredith Hagner, James Adomian, Derek Waters, Wyatt Cenac and Jake Cherry. ALong with Julia Stiles, Michael Cera, Dave Koechner, Amy Sedaris, Jason Ritter, Erinn Hayes, and Russ Tamblyn.
Cross has directed for television before, but Hits will mark his first time for feature length cinema. He will both write and direct the production that is set for relase early next year.
- James Byiers
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