Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Clip from Clark Gregg's Trust Me

Source:   Anchor Bay Entertainment
August 25, 2014

Clark Gregg's feature film Trust Me is out on DVD and Blu-ray this week and Anchor Bay Entertainment has provided with an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the release.

In the dark noir comedy, Gregg plays former child-actor Howard Holloway who has been acting as an agent to present-day child actors, including the promising new client (played by Saxon Sharbino) who may be able to get the lead in a large movie franchise. Meanwhile, a rival agent (played by Sam Rockwell) is looking to poach Howard's client, while he also deals with casting directors, producers and others who might sabotage his deal.

Gregg has surrounded himself with lots of great actors including Allison Janney, Felicity Huffman, Amanda Peet, William H. Macy and more for the movie.

In the behind-the-scenes clip in the video player below, you can hear many of the actors above talk about acting opposite Clark Gregg as the writer/director of the film, as well as talking about their history with him before making Trust Me.

Trust Me is out on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, April 26.

You can read and watch our earlier interviews with Clark Gregg and his cast here and here.

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