EXCLUSIVE: Douglas Tait (Legacies) will make his directorial debut in a psychological thriller Baby Angel, starring Isabel Cueva (Aztec warrior), Chris Browning (Agnes) and Rebecca De Mornay (The Hand That Rocks the Cradle).
Also starring Dan Thiel (Ratched), Whitney Anderson (The code), Daniel Roebuck (31) and Victor Isaac.
The film follows Val (Cueva), a loving wife, and her husband Justin (Thiel), who move into a remote cabin to heal from the devastating loss of their twins and start over. Soon he feels an evil presence. After her best friend (and doctor) Chloe (Anderson) arrives to check on her sanity, dark secrets begin to unravel. Meanwhile, Val meets a mysterious neighbor, Frank (Browning), who is searching for the truth, and with the help of Maggie (De Mornay), the owner of the local bar, he gains the strength he needs to make his final decision.
Funded by Fearful Pictures and produced by Cave Entertainment, the film is an original screenplay by Elisa Manzini and Rebecca Stahl with Douglas and Fred Tait serving as executive producers. The photograph is by Álvaro Martín Blanco.
Tait, known for portraying creatures in genre series and movies, played The Pathologist in Teen wolf, Destroyer in Severe and Tellarite in Star Trek: Picard. He is currently recurring in his third season as Malivore on the CW series. Legacies.
Cueva is represented by Kazarian / Measures / Ruskin & Associates (KMR Talent) and Greenberg Glusker, Browning by Endorse Management Group, Stewart Talent and Schreck Rose Dapello Adams Berlin & Dunham, De Mornay by Binder & Associates, Tait by Kazarian / Measures / Ruskin & Associates (KMR Talent) and Gary Kohn, Esq.