He’s part of the sprawling cast of men and mutants for X-Men Days Of Future Past, but Lucas Till is thinking about something more down to earth for a new movie. The man also known as Alex Summers has signed on to star in Sins Of Our Youth.
Gary Entin is directing the indie drama, based on a script by his brother Edmund, who worked with him on Geography Club. Sins follows the fallout from a tragedy when four teenagers shooting rifles accidentally kill a younger lad. When the quartet tries to deal with the incident, everything just gets darker and darker.
Super 8’s Joel Courtney and teen movie veteran Ally Sheedy are also cast in the film, which should be cranking its cameras in Las Vegas this week.
Till, who last appeared in Stoker, has a rash of films lined up awaiting release including tech thriller Paranoia (due later this year), horror pic Reckless and David Hayter’s Wolves. Days Of Future Past will be out on May 22.