The Spanish filmmaker will direct Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick in the film Mr. Right.
Kendrick will portray a woman whose bad luck streak at finding true love seems to come to a successful end when she meets Mr. Right. That’s until she discovers he’s a reformed hit man. When his dark past catches up with him, their fledgling relationship is tested as they try to save one another.
Shooting on Mr. Right, which was written by Chroniclescribe Max Landis, is set to begin this fall.
Cabezas earned critical acclaim for directing 2013’s Tokarev.
Tristan Wilds and Melonie Diaz will be working with an Oscar-winning actress in the near future.
The 22-year-old part-Dominican American actor and 27-year-old Puerto Rican American actress have joined the cast of Fruitvale, an indie drama about a true-life police shooting being produced by Forest Whitaker.
Ryan Coogler will make his feature debut writing and directing the film, which comes in the wake of the controversy surrounding the February 26 death of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager shot and killed by a local neighborhood watch officer in Florida.
Chronicle’s Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer, who won Best Supporting Actress at this year’s Oscars for her role inThe Help,are already on board for Fruitvale, which tells the story of Oscar Grant, a young black man detained on New Year’s Day 2009 by the Bay Area Rapid Transit police and shot in the back and killed. The event was captured by many cell phone cameras, with the ensuing trial and its verdict causing protests and riots.
Wilds will play Grant’s best friend while Diaz will appear as the mother of his young child.
Wilds previously worked with Jordan on the George Lucas-produced World War II aerial war movie Red Tails. He’s also one of the stars of the CW’s 90210.
Diaz has guest-starred on several TV shows, including Person of InterestandCSI: Miami. She’s also appeared in the films Nothing Like the Holidays and Hamlet 2.