R. Marcos Taylor (Baby Driver, Straight Outta Compton), Mary Christina Brown (Vigilante Diares, AWOL 72) and stunt multihyphenate Simon Rhee (Best Of The Best, Lethal Weapon 4, Unlucky Stars) are just two of the latest additions to Philippe Vonlanthen‘s sizeable roster of screen talent for independent action comedy pic, Till Death Do Us Part currently in pre-production.
Vonlanthen, a seasoned stunt performer-turned-filmmaker who got his theatrical start years ago on Chris Rock’s espionage thriller, Bad Company, will direct from a script he wrote. He describes the film as “a love story of inclusion in a climate of global warming conspiracy, combined with high-octane stunts, fights, and of course – Bollywood dance numbers.”
Taylor, Brown and Rhee, all three of whom share an extensive martial arts background, join a cast first reported on December 1 for the new film, among whom share space with others Vonlanthen has announced via social media, including Instagram. His list newcome actors/actresses and relative stunt professionals alike partly including the following:
Peter Antico (Hard Target, Blindsided), Keisha Tucker (Us, Captain Marvel), Curtis Lyon (The Accoutant), Lee Chesley (Birds Of Prey), Melissa Tracy (Lasso), Rachel McDermott (MacGyver), Anisha Gibbs (John Wick 3), Sophie Cook (Rock Of Ages), Marianne Lu (Electric Love), Ed Nathan Mecate (Vindicta), DeMarco Davis (Bullets Blades and Blood), Ken Wharton (ABC series Quantico), Margo Graff, Joe Howard (Jersey Boys), Douglass Farrell (Disney+ series The Mandalorian), Felix Cortez (The Toxic Avenger Part II), Dan Speaker (CBS’s Training Day), Elle Alexander (Sheng Ding’s S.W.A.T.), Ryan “Rhino” Michaels (Stuber), Natalie Jean (Ghost Source Zero), Carrie Bernans (Black Panther), Lucia Ordaz (Saturday Night in Gotham), Leaphy Khim (CBS’s SEAL Team), Crystal Santos (Man At Arms: Art Of War), Danielle K. Golden (Border Guardians Of Ackerman), Kimberly Frutoz (The Numbers Game), Jeri Habberstad Kalvan (Z Nation, Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2),
Girvan T. Bramble (Heavenquest), Samm Wiechec (Janky, Shadow Boxing), Thekla Hutyrova (Alita: Battle Angel) and Ilyana Eberhardt (The First Purge, upcoming Wonder Woman 1984).
Vonlanthen launches Fondue Films with his latest project on which he will also produce next to film multihyphenate, stunt professional Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez (Pimpkillah, A Holiday Boyfriend), and with Tony Snegoff (The Last Ship, Jason Bourne) on board, both guns blazing as producer and supervising stunt coordinator.