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New images from LAROY, TEXAS in theaters April 12th

Shane Atkinson's Dark Comedy "LAROY, TEXAS" Set to Hit Theaters in April

Get ready for an uproarious ride as Shane Atkinson, the creative mind behind the Diane Keaton comedy "Poms," steps into the director's chair for his feature debut with the latest dark comedy, "LAROY, TEXAS." Produced by Brainstorm Media, the film is set to grace theaters on April 12th, promising audiences a mistaken identity thrill ride that combines humor and suspense. In preparation for its release, the studio has treated fans to a sneak peek with some intriguing new images. Stay tuned for more updates later this month!

Shane Atkinson, known for his wit and humor displayed in "Poms," takes on a new challenge with his directorial debut in "LAROY, TEXAS." This darkly comedic thriller, based on Atkinson's original screenplay, features an ensemble cast led by John Magaro, Steve Zahn, and Dylan Baker, promising a blend of talent and creativity.

John Magaro, recognized for his roles in "Past Lives" and "First Cow," takes on the character of Ray, a broke and depressed individual who finds himself mistakenly embroiled in a dangerous hitman's world. Alongside him is Steve Zahn, known for his roles in "Dallas Buyers Club" and "The White Lotus," portraying Ray's P.I. friend, Skip. The film also features Megan Stevenson, Matthew Del Negro, and Dylan Baker, known for their versatile performances in various film and TV projects.

In "LAROY, TEXAS," Ray (John Magaro) faces financial despair until a case of mistaken identity turns his life upside down. Wrongly identified as a dangerous hitman, Ray receives an envelope of cash that sets off a chain of events. Teaming up with his P.I. friend Skip (Steve Zahn), the duo must navigate the perilous world of the actual hitman to ensure they make it out of LaRoy alive. Brace yourself for a rollercoaster of laughter, suspense, and unexpected twists.

Shane Atkinson not only directs but also pens the screenplay for "LAROY, TEXAS." The film is produced by Caddy Vanasirikul, Jeremie Guiraud, and Sebastien Aubert, ensuring a collaborative effort to bring this dark comedy to life.

Mark your calendars for April 12th as "LAROY, TEXAS" hits theaters, promising a unique blend of dark comedy, mistaken identity, and stellar performances. Keep an eye out for additional updates throughout the month, as this film is set to be a must-watch for fans of suspenseful and humorous cinema alike.

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