‘Warm Bodies’ actress Teresa Palmer is to star alongside boyfriend Mark Webber in ‘The Ever After,’ an indie drama that “explores the depths of marriage,” says Variety.
Palmer and Webber co-wrote the script and Webber is directing. The two stars are also producing via their Yumehome and Poor Rich Kids banners.
Oscar-winning actress Melissa Leo (‘The Fighter’) is co-starring, with Phoebe Tonkin (‘The Originals’), Jaime King (‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’), Rosario Dawson (‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’) and rapper Kid Cudi all being lined up for supporting roles.
‘The Ever After’ will mark Webber’s third time behind the camera, having previously directed last year’s father-son drama ‘The End of Love’ and the 2008 indie ‘Explicit Ills.’