Richard Dreyfuss, Lolita Davidovich and Nancy Travis have joined the cast of "Squatters," the latest from Julius R. Nasso Productions
Richard Dreyfuss has joined the cast of “Squatters,” the latest film from "The Hills Have Eyes 2" director Martin Weisz.
From a script by Justin Shilton, "Squatters" tells the story of a young homeless couple who move into a vacant mansion in the Pacific Palisades to escape. When the owners return, the couple tries to take advantage of the situation.
Also joining the cast are Lolita Davidovich, Nancy Travis, Evan Ross, Luke Grimes and Andrew Howard.
Thomas Dekker of "Foreverland" and Gabriella Wilde from "The Three Musketeers" had already signed on.
Weisz, who has shot music videos for everyone from Korn to Nickelback, is producing with Julius R. Nasso's Julius R. Nasso Productions, as well as Todd Moyer, Cordula Betz and
The film has just begun production.