Exclusive: Dream Recreational and Double G Motion Pictures have now cast a top-notch cast for their comedy-drama Out of place & Found in Cleveland, marking directorial debut by writer-directors Marisa Guterman and Keith Gerchak. Headlines of the film, currently in production in Cleveland, include Emmy and Golden Globe winner Martin Sheen (Grace and Frankie), Golden Globe nominee Dennis Haysbert (Away from Heaven</ em>), Academy Award nominee June Squibb (Nebraska), Golden Globe winner Stacy Keach (Nebraska), Independent Spirit Award winner Yvette Yates Redick (Inherent Vice) and Tony Award winner Santino Fontana (Broadway’s Tootsie).

A target-market adult drama that recently made a splash with Paramount’s 80 for Brady and fifth Season, Out of place & Found in Cleveland is billed as a new legend about the post-industrial American dream in the industrial Midwest – a depiction of everyday life over a 24-hour period following the personal odysseys of five very different characters, whose lives intertwine when the favorite television antique ratings show from the Americans comes to their city.

Lost in Cleveland - filmmakers Keith Gerchak and Marisa Guterman

The supporting cast also includes three-time Emmy nominee Dot-Marie Jones (Bros), Emmy winner Loretta Devine (Queen Bees), Liza Weil ( How to Get Away with Murder), Esther Povitsky (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Tony Award nominee Rory O’Malley (The Book of Mormon em>), Independent Spirit Award nominee Jeff Hiller (Someone Somewhere), two-time Emmy nominees Jon Lovitz (SNL) and Mark L. Walberg ( Antiques Roadshow), Benjamin Steinhauser (Kids Baking Championship), Rob Mayes (John Dies at the End) and Vanessa Burghardt (Cha Cha Real Smooth).

The producers of the project are Dougle G’s Guterman and Gerchak, William K. Baker (My Friend Dahmer), Yvette Yates Redick (Day Shift) and Shaun Redick (Get Out, BlacKkKlansman). Broadway veterans Hunter Arnold (Dear Evan Hansen) and Kevin McCollum (Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story) are executive producers. Yvette Yates Redick and Shaun Redick’s Now not Possible Dream Entertainment will represent the distribution rights and produce the film along with an international sales partner.

“Wearing a palette of pastels, nostalgia, and hope, Out of place & Found in Cleveland is a portrait of Americana that can feel both familiar and magical to audiences,” Guterman told Deadline. “It’s a story that honors the small goals that are big for the everyday heroes who dare to believe.”

Gerchak adds, “We always say it’s like An Unusual Quest meets The Wizard of Oz.. The Wizard of Oz. was a allegory about the American Dream at the turn of the last century. If the Scarecrow represents farmers and the Tin Man represents factory workers, then each of our characters represents a slice of modern America. And instead of a heart or a brain, our heroes bring their belongings to our wizards, the appraisers… only to find that the road to self-confidence lies within.”

Guterman and Gerchak believe that Cleveland’s nostalgic and archival Americana quality, from the local flea markets to the Out of date Global market, adds a unique and special element to the film. The theme of hope is also prevalent, which is especially relevant in current times. The characters in the film, who come from different walks of life, navigate the world of televised antiques appraisal in the Rust Belt region of the United States, showcasing the contrast between academic elites and everyday Clevelanders striving to achieve their goals in the new American Dream.

It sounds like audiences will have a great emotional experience watching “Lost & Found in Cleveland.” According to Yvette Yates Redick, one of the film’s producers, “Marisa and Keith created a phenomenal story and movie, audiences will unquestionably be laughing and crying.”

It sounds like Yvette Yates Redick and Shaun Redick are both very excited about the film. Yvette Yates Redick praised the story and predicted that audiences will experience a range of emotions while watching it. Shaun Redick emphasized the film’s heartwarming and fun nature, and predicted that it will appeal to a wide range of viewers around the world.

It sounds like Out of place & Found in Cleveland is a heartwarming and nostalgic movie that celebrates small dreams and the human experience. The producers describe it as an “Americana portrait” with a theme of hope that is particularly relevant in today’s Rust Belt reality. The film follows the personal journeys of five characters whose lives intersect when a televised antiques appraisal show comes to their town. The ensemble cast includes a mix of seasoned actors and newcomers, and the producers are optimistic that the movie will resonate with a broad audience. Overall, it seems like a feel-good movie that will leave audiences with a warm and fuzzy feeling.

Martin Sheen is a highly acclaimed actor who is best known for his work in classic films like “Apocalypse Now” and “Badlands”. However, he has also appeared in recent titles such as “Judas and the Black Messiah”, “Selma”, “The Amazing Spider-Man 1 & 2”, “The Way”, and “12 Mighty Orphans”. In addition to his film work, he also starred in the Netflix comedy series “Grace and Frankie” for seven seasons, from 2015 to 2022.

Dennis Haysbert is an American actor who earned his Golden Globe nomination for his supporting role on the television series “24”. He has also appeared on other TV shows such as “Paul T. Goldman”, “Lucifer”, and “The Unit”. On the film side, he is best known for his roles in movies like “Far from Heaven” and “Heat”. In the last decade, he has appeared in movies such as “Fist Fight”, “Men, Women & Children”, “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”, and “Dear White People”. He has an upcoming role in the Eva Longoria-directed movie “Flamin’ Hot” for Searchlight.

Squibb received an Academy Award nomination for her supporting role in Alexander Payne’s “Nebraska”. She has also recently appeared in films such as “The Other People” and “Palmer”, as well as TV series like “Little America” and “Life & Beth”. Some of her notable past projects include “Palm Springs”, “Table 19”, “Shameless”, “I’ll See You in My Dreams”, “Far from Heaven”, “About Schmidt”, “Meet Joe Black”, “The Age of Innocence”, “Scent of a Woman” and “Alice”. Additionally, she will be starring in the upcoming Josh Margolin comedy “Thelma” alongside Fred Hechinger, Richard Roundtree, Parker Posey and others.

Keach’s impressive acting career includes a Golden Globe win and an Emmy nomination for his role in the 1988 miniseries “Hemingway”. He has also appeared in various TV series, including “Blue Bloods”, “Man with a Plan” and “Prison Break”. Keach’s notable film credits over the past decade include “Gold”, “Truth”, “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”, “If I Stay”, “Nebraska” and “The Bourne Legacy”.

Redick is most notable in the film industry for her appearances in Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Inherent Vice” and the vampire horror-comedy “Bloodsucking Bastards” alongside Fran Kranz and Pedro Pascal. She has also starred in the thriller “Inside the Blood” with Gina Carano and the Anna Paquin-led “Free Ride”. Redick has also been featured in TV series such as Comedy Central’s “Kroll Show”.

Fontana was awarded his first Tony Award for his leading role in the Broadway production of Tootsie in 2019. He is a seasoned Broadway performer, having also appeared in other successful productions such as Hello, Dolly!, Billy Elliot the Musical, and Sunday in the Park with George. In addition to his work on stage, Fontana has lent his voice to the character of Hans in the popular animated film Frozen and has also acted in movies such as the comedy Sisters alongside Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. On television, he is most notably recognized for his role as Greg on The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and has also made appearances on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Mozart in the Jungle, and more.

Shaun Redick and Yvette Yates Redick, the duo behind Impossible Dream Entertainment, have an impressive track record of producing award-winning films, with a total of 12 Oscar nominations to their credit. They have worked on high-profile projects such as Jordan Peele’s groundbreaking and Oscar-winning film Get Out (2017) and Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman (2018), which won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay from six nominations and was awarded the Cannes Grand Prix. The pair also produced the recent Netflix hit Day Shift, starring Jamie Foxx, Dave Franco, and Snoop Dogg, which has topped the charts since its release. With their impressive body of work, Shaun and Yvette have established themselves as leading producers in the entertainment industry.

Charlie Sheen is represented by CAA, while Dennis Haysbert is represented by A3 Artists Corporation, GS Regulate, and Jackoway Austen Tyerman. June Squibb is represented by BRS/Gage Talent, and Stacy Keach is represented by Binder & Pals, Diamond Management in the UK, and Lazarus & Harris LLP. Santino Fontana is represented by Gersh and Anonymous Content, and Rashida Jones is represented by Stride Management and TCA Management. Adam Devine is represented by Forefront Artists and Essential Talent Management, and Liza Weil is represented by A3 Artists Corporation and Basic Entertainment LA. Esther Povitsky is represented by UTA, while Mike O’Malley is represented by Gersh, The Rosenzweig Group, and Peikoff Mahan Law. Frankie Faison is represented by TalentWorks and Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment, and Jon Lovitz is represented by Binder & Pals and Bloom Hergott Diemer. Mark Wahlberg is represented by Gersh, Insurrection Entertainment Partners, The Wahlberg Group, and Myman Greenspan Fox. Finally, Alanna Ubach is represented by A3 Artists Corporation, Roar, and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller.

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