The foursome of Aidan Quinn, Mario Van Peebles, Luke Goss and Andy Garcia are teaming for what sounds like an interesting actioner: The Exodus of Charlie Wright. THR.com reports that the quartet are gathering to star in writer-director R. Ellis Frazier’s story, which centers on Charlie (Quinn), a Los Angeles billionaire
financial whiz who goes into self-imposed exile in Tijuana after
his empire is revealed to have been a Ponzi scheme. While looking
for the woman he abandoned there 25 years before, Charlie is
pursued by a Mexican gangster (Garcia), a federal agent (Van
Peebles) and thugs sent by a former client (Goss) looking to
retrieve his money.
Relative newcomer, Frazier, previously wrote and directed 2009’s Baines and wrote Confessions of a Pit Fighter. The always busy Quinn has a plethora of projects lined up, but will next be seen in Jonah Hex as President McKinley. Van Peebles was last seen in Tied To A Chair and recently had a stint on All My Children. The erstwhile Prince Nuada, Luke Goss, was recently in Tekken and will be seen in Death Race: Frankenstein Lives with Danny Trejo, Ving Rhames and Sean Bean. And Andy Garcia is in pretty much everything else, including Hemingway and Fuentes, which he also co-wrote and directed. Garcia previously worked with Frazier on his La Linea.
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