Mark Webber is an interesting guy. He’s an actor who’s popped up in the likes of Boiler Room and Scott Pilgrim, and his first movie as a director, Explicit Ills, won the Audience Award at SXSW in 2008. However he had a tough upbringing, as he lived homeless with his mum when he was a kid.
Now he’s returning to the director’s chair for The Ever After, which Variety reports has Teresa Palmer and Melissa Leo set to star. Phoebe Tonkin, Jaime King, Rosario Dawson and Kid Cudi are also in negotiations to play supporting roles.
Webber and Palmer co-write the script, ‘is about a brutal love story that explores the depths of marriage’.
Interestingly some of the film is already in the can, as the first part was secretly filmed in Australia in February, with the shoot culminating in Los Angeles and New York through July and August.