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Full Cast Announced For Mike Cahill's I Origins

Source:   Deadline
April 30, 2013


Mike Cahill, the co-writer (with Brit Marling) and director of 2011's Another Earth, has revealed, via Deadline, the full cast of his followup feature, I Origins. Also a science fiction tale, the film will again star Marling alongside Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Archie Panjabi, Michael Pitt and Steven Yeun. The official description reads as follows:

[I Origins] connects the lives of the most unlikely people from around the globe. One doctor on the brink of a scientific discovery which will have historical ramifications, travels to India to search for the one person, a young Indian girl, who can prove or disprove his theory. The story follows the incredible journeys which bring these strangers together, and proves there is no separating matters of science and matters of the heart.

Cahill, Hunter Gray and Alex Orlovsky will produce with Pitt, Adam S. Bersin, Tyler Brodie, Jayne Hong, Rebekah Paltrow Neumann, Adam Neumann and Bonnie Timmermannexecutive producing.



(Photo Credit: Ivan Nikolov / FayesVision / WENN.com)


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