Sci-fi dramatic comedy wraps production. THR has learned that Patrick Wilson (‘Insidious’), Liv Tyler (‘Super’), Matt Bomer (‘White Collar’) and Marisa Coughlan (‘Bill’) have just wrapped filming on writer/director Jack Plotnick’s indie sci-fi dramatic comedy ‘Space Station 76.’ Described as ‘The Ice Storm’ in Space with the uncomfortable comedy of ‘The Office,’ ‘Space Station 76’ is set in a futuristic version of the 1970s and chronicles the comedic interpersonal tensions that arise among a small community of people (and several robots) living on a space station, where domestic malaise and the crush of loneliness are far more dangerous than any oncoming asteroids. Shot under the radar in Los Angeles, the film co-stars Jerry O’Connell, Kali Rocha and newcomer Kylie Rogers. Ed Parks and Rachel Ward of Rival Pictures produced along with Dan Burks from Om Films and Joel Michaely and Katherine Ann McGregor. Niraj Bhatia, Frank Mele and Plotnick served as excutive producers.