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“Nick Krause, who had a break-out role in Alexander Payne’s Oscar-winning drama, and “True Blood’s” Sam Trammell will star in the indie, which is described as a dark drama with fantasy elements.”

“‘White Rabbit’ is one of the most controversial, daring films in the last several years and its social relevance is as significant as ever,” said Producer Shaun Sanghani. “We are thrilled to be working with Breaking Glass Pictures so audiences everywhere now have the chance to see what we believe is a must see film.”

“Lee previously played a scene-stealing teen in J.J. Abrams’ “Super 8.” He will soon be seen in Judd Apatow’s Universal comedy “This Is Forty,” in which he plays Melissa McCarthy’s son and love interest to Maude Apatow’s character.”

Britt Robertson has joined the cast of the dark bully drama White Rabbit. The actress joins True Blood’s Sam Trammell and The Descendants’ Nick Krause, who plays Robertson’s boyfriend.

“Sam Trammell is headed back to the big screen. The talented thespian has been signed for Indie film “White Rabbit” with Nick Krause, who had a break-out role in Alexander Payne’s Oscar-winning drama “The Descendants.” Tim McCann is directing the pic, which is described as a dark drama with fantasy elements.”

“White Rabbit was a movie released to Switzerland in 2013. It starred True Blood’s Sam Trammell alongside Britt Robertson (Under the Dome), Ryan Lee (Super 8) and The Descendants Nick Krause. Thanks to Breaking Glass Pictures acquiring the rights to the movie, the US can now get a chance to view it as well.”

“At first glance one may predict that the plot may take an inevitable turn. Rest assured the action that unfolds will have most viewers writhe in their seats. While most will argue this isn’t really a horror film in the first thirty to forty five minutes, the surreal action that unfolds is worth the cost of admission alone.”

“Since “True Blood” ended its run on HBO, we’ve been wondering when we might see some of the cast members in other roles; and if you were a Merlotte’s regular, you’ll be happy to hear that Sam Trammell stars in the upcoming White Rabbit, heading our way early next year….Breaking Glass Pictures will be releasing White Rabbit in select theaters and on VOD February 13, 2015.”