Casting: McKidd, Dormer, Larson, Chung

Indian Summer
Kevin McKidd and Ashley Jensen have scored the lead roles in Brian Ward’s $4 million feature directorial debut “Indian Summer” which will begin shooting next May.

The story follows an orphaned boy, his embittered uncle, and beautiful but lonely aunt, whose lives are changed forever by the arrival of an exotic stranger – a Native American Indian U.S. Marine. [Source:]

A Long Way From Home
James Fox, Natalie Dormer, Paul Nicholls and Brenda Fricker are set to star in Virginia Gilbert’s $1 million drama “A Long Way From Home”.

The story follows an older, retired married couple and a younger couple on vacation who meet in Nimes. The older man (Fox) and younger woman (Dormer) develop a profound relationship. [Source: THR]

Don Jon’s Addiction
“21 Jump Street” star Brie Larson has been cast as Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s sister in Gordon-Levitt’s dark comedy directorial debut “Don Jon’s Addiction.”

He plays a porn-addicted, modern day Don Juan who sets out to become a less selfish person after meeting a recently widowed older woman (Julianne Moore). Scarlett Johansson co-stars. [Source: Variety]

Once Upon a Time
Jamie Chung (“Jamie Chung”) and Sarah Bolger (“The Tudors”) are set to take on recurring roles in the second season of ABC’s fantasy drama “Once Upon a Time”.

Chung will play Hua Mulan, while Bolger is starring as Sleeping Beauty. [Source: The Live Feed]