Although many fans know him best as Marvel Studios’ Agent Phil Coulson, Clark Gregg proved his multihyphenate talent when he wrote and directed the Chuck Palahniuk adaptation, Choke, in 2008. This Friday, Gregg is back with his sophomore directing feature, the comedy drama Trust Me. His own leading man this time around, Gregg plays Howard Holloway, a Hollywood Agent who specializes in child actors.
ComingSoon.net sat down with Gregg and fellow cast members Felicity Huffman and Amanda Peet to discuss the new film and its blend of comedy, drama and neo-noir sensibilities. Check out the interviews in the player below!
Also starring Saxon Sharbino, Allison Janney, William H. Macy, Niecy Nash, Sam Rockwell, Molly Shannon and Paul Sparks, Trust Me hits theaters this Friday and is currently available on VOD platforms and iTunes. If you missed our lengthier conversation with Gregg from last week, check it out right here.