James LeGros, Enrico Colantoni, and Lacey Chabert have joined Craig Saavedra's "Sherman's Way."
For this time being, it only needs two actors and one actress to build up "Sherman's Way" apparently. An indie comedy-drama, the picture has smoothly pulled together James LeGros, Enrico Colantoni, and Lacey Chabert in the cast list to play the main characters under the direction of Craig Saavedra who will make the flick his directorial big screen debut.
Started his acting career in the '80s, LeGros can be spotted recently in the Showtime's terrorist drama "Sleeper Cell" while Colantoni in UPN's neo-noir series of "Veronica Mars." As for Chabert, the actress is last seen appearing on big screen in last year's movie of "Dirty Deeds" after previously starring opposite Lindsay Lohan in "Mean Girls" (2004).
Set in California's Napa Valley, "Sherman's Way", according to The Hollywood Reporter, takes its focus on an eccentric Olympic has-been who prefers leisure to work and finds himself stuck with a rigid, pre-law Yale student who has no time for wasting time. Scripts will be penned by Thomas Nance with Saavedra also taking the producer seat alongside Michael Shulman.