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AN L.A. MINUTE (2017): Gabriel Byrne To Headline Showbiz Comedy

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Gabriel Byrne To Play Lead Role In An L.A. Minute

Golden Globe-winning In Treatment actor Gabriel Byrne is set to headline An L.A. Minute alongside Kiersey Clemons.

Set to be directed by Daniel Adams, the picture is being produced by Hyde Park International and written by Adams and Larry Sloman, who is known for editing National Lampoon magazine and collaborating with talk radio host Howard Stern on his books Private Parts and Miss America. Production is well under way, with shooting slated to begin next month and the film set for a release sometime in 2017.

The film, which of course takes place in Los Angeles, will explore and poke fun at the inner workings of the city’s sprawling entertainment sector:

The pic is said to be a satirical look at fame, success, the star-making machinery and the karma that attaches to all those who worship at the altar of celebrity. Mike Flanders and Harris Tulchin are producing.

Clemons, who serves as co-producer in the film, landed the role of Iris West in Warner Bros’  theatrical release of The Flash opposite Ezra Miller, which will be out in 2018. Other film projects include Only Living Boy In New York directed by Marc Webb, Sony’s Flatliners, and Little Bitches.  Currently, she can be seen in Joe Swanberg’s Netflix anthology series Easy. Clemons is repped by UTA, MJMG and Mach 1 Management.

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