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The Tower: Bella Thorne and Jack Kilmer protagonists of a fantasy focused on mermaids

The Tower: Bella Thorne and Jack Kilmer protagonists of a fantasy focused on mermaids

The two actors will star in The Tower, the next fantasy by Adam Sigal.

The Tower: Bella Thorne and Jack Kilmer protagonists of a fantasy focused on mermaids

Bella Thorne e Jack Kilmer will be the protagonists of The Towera dark fantasy centered on a mermaid trapped in a tower in a small Southern town. The film will be directed by Adam Sigal, director of Chariot, and the plot will center on a mysterious mermaid trapped and forgotten for years in the water tower of a small southern town.

Bella Thorne is known – in addition to her now ended relationship with the Italian singer Benji – for her roles in the Disney series Shake It Up and more recently for the sci-fi drama Divinity, she also recently had her directorial debut with Paint Her Red . Kilmer is the son of Val Kilmer, and is best known for Palo Alto and for narrating the documentary Val about his father’s life. The film also stars Cam Gigandet (It’s a Violent Night, Twilight) and Chris Mullinax (Chariot).

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The sun at midnight - Midnight Sun: Bella Thorne in a scene from the film

The sun at midnight – Midnight Sun: Bella Thorne in a scene from the film

Filming continues

Filming on the project began before the SAG-AFTRA strike that began on July 24th. Production was suspended until the indie film received a waiver from the actors union to resume filming despite the ongoing strike. Director Sigal said: “It breaks my heart that there are so many actors, writers and crew unable to work right now, and I realize how lucky we are to have the opportunity to finish this film. I am incredibly grateful to SAG for continuing to support independent cinema, and as soon as we finish this film, the cast of The Tower and I will be out there, on the front lines, alongside our fellow actors and writers, fighting for what they deserve.“.

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