David Arquette, Ethan Peck, Katrina Bowden and Gianni Capaldi are saddling up to join the cast of “Unholy Trinity.” The Western adventure, which received an interim agreement to go into production during the actors strike from SAG-AFTRA, has begun filming at Yellowstone Ranch in Montana. It is directed by Richard Gray and stars the previously announced Pierce Brosnan and Samuel L. Jackson.
The movie unfolds during the 1870s and explores themes of vengeance, concealed truths and hidden treasures, according to its official synopsis. In the moments before his execution, Isaac Broadway gives his estranged son, Henry, an impossible task: murder the man who framed him for a crime he didn’t commit. Intent on fulfilling his promise, Henry travels to the remote town of Trinity, where an unexpected turn of events traps him in town and leaves him caught between Gabriel Dove (Brosnan), the town’s upstanding new sheriff, and a mysterious figure, cryptically named St. Christopher (Jackson).
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Producers include Carter Boehm, Richard Gray, Colin Floom, Michele Gray, Kellie Brooks and Jeanne Allgood. Amadeus Prods. is the executive producer.
“Coming to set everyday and working with this level of talent has been an honor,” Gray said. “Everyday the cast and crew have brought their A game and I can’t wait for the world to see this incredible story brought to life”.
Arquette is represented by LBI Entertainment and Innovative. Peck is represented by Untitled Entertainment, and Chase Lerner & Emily Steinberg at Narrative PR. Bowden is represented by Innovative Artists, Vault Entertainment and his publicist is Lisa Goldberg of LSG Public Relations. Capaldi is represented by Tanya Kleckner at H.R.I Talent.