Martin Sensmeier, Ron Perlman, Esai Morales & Eric Nelsen Lead Western ‘Cottonmouth’; Filming Underway In Oklahoma
EXCLUSIVE: Western thriller Cottonmouth entered production last week in Oklahoma after receiving a SAG interim agreement.
Cast includes Martin Sensmeier (Westworld), Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Esai Morales (Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning), Eric Nelsen (1883), Jonathan Sadowski (Chernobyl Diaries), Alyssa Wapanatâhk (Peter Pan & Wendy), James Landry Hébert (1883), and Kimberly Guerrero (The Glorias).
Brock Harris (Wild Game) is directing from a script he wrote alongside Jared Bonner.
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Set in 1895, the film follows friends Ed and Frank (Sensmeier and Sadowski) who become brutal enemies in Oklahoma frontier territory when a rivalry develops over a woman (Wapanatâhk) who is set to inherit a prominent saloon. After a bounty hunter (Nelsen) makes Ed disappear to a tortuous prison run by a sinister warden (Perlman), he must learn the ways of an outlaw from a prison-mate (Morales) to escape and exact his revenge.
Pic is being produced by Randy Wayne and Talia Bella under their production company Rebellium Films, in association with Lucky Number 8 Productions, Watch the Footage Productions, and Concourse Media alongside executive producer Vance Howard.
Matthew Shreder is executive-producing for Concourse Media, which represents worldwide sales. Ricki Maslar served as the film’s casting director.
“Making a western in my home state is the ultimate blessing. With these legendary performers, we’re delivering a tall tale on sacred land”, said Harris. “Revenge is a dish best served with a smoking gun.”
Concourse and Rebullium recently teamed up on thriller Model House, which sold to Shout! Studios at TIFF and will see a rollout across multiple platforms, starting with a theatrical launch in early spring 2024.
Harris’ comedy film Dance Dads (2022) took home the audience award at the Austin Film Festival.
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