Highland Film Group has announced that Bruce Willis is set to reunite with Edward Drake, director of his new sci-fi movie Cosmic Sin, for the action thriller Gasoline Alley, where he’ll star alongside Devon Sawa (Final Destination) and Luke Wilson (Stargirl).
As per Variety, the film will see Sawa playing “Jimmy Jayne, a ‘bruise-fisted’ boss-type who becomes implicated in the triple murder of three Hollywood starlets drowned in a luxury hotel pool. As the prime suspect for homicide detectives Freeman (Willis) and Vargas (Wilson), Jimmy takes up his own rogue investigation, bending the law in ways the police can’t in order to clear his name. But with the killer skating through Jimmy’s shadow, he bands together with the two detectives to dangerously expose a truth much bigger than they had imagined.”
“Gasoline Alley is a killer action thriller with all the ingredients for commercial success coupled with a storyline and production values that will elevate the film in the marketplace,” said Highland CEO Arianne Fraser. “Our trusted worldwide partners are looking for these high-energy, splashy thrillers and this film ticks all the right boxes.”
SEE ALSO: Read our Cosmic Sin review here
Gasoline Alley has been scripted by Tom Sierchio (The Girl Who Invented Kissing), who is also producing alongside Corey Larger (Cosmic Sin), and production is set to take place this month.