Willis, Wilson & Sawa Enlist for the High-Octane Actioner GASOLINE ALLEY!

By: John M Jerva

The Bruce Willis indie action train keeps chugging along and his next project has him teaming up with Luke Wilson and Devon Sawa for the high-octane Actioner Gasoline Alley. The film reunites Willis with his Cosmic Sin director Edward Drake.

The film has Sawa, who took on Stallone in Escape Plan: The Extractors, as he stars as:

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. Per Variety

Drake is helming the film which is now in production from a script penned by Tom Siercho who is best known for The Girl Who Invented Kissing. Highland Film Group is handling the international rights and has brought the movie to this week’s EFM in Berlin.

Highland Film Group CEO Arianne Fraser called “Gasoline Alley” 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.”

“Our trusted worldwide partners are looking for these high-energy, splashy thrillers and this film ticks all the right boxes,” added Fraser.

Sawa was last seen in Hunter Hunter while Willis is starring in Cosmic Sin also starring Frank Grillo which hits theaters and VOD on March 12th. Wilson has been starring in The CW’s Stargirl which is based on a DC comic.

Check out some BTS pics of the production below which Sawa shared on his Facebook page!

Sawa is looking all business in this one and has been starring in some gritty action fare as of late and it looks like Willis will be serving up co-starring duties once again so we will see how much screen time he actually has.

Production is underway so expect Gasoline Alley to hit sometime in 2022!

Source:Variety

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