Actor Avan Jogia & Ajani Russell Boards To Play Titles Roles In As ‘Johnny & Clyde’.

‘Johnny & Clyde’ film gets its two titles as serial killers. Avan Jogia, best known for Zombieland: Double Tap and HBO‘ comedy drama series, Betty star Ajani Russell are set to play titles roles in crime feaute, ‘Johnny & Clyde’.

Avan Jogia. Image Source- Columbia Pictures

Apart from Avan Jogia and Ajani Russell, Megan Fox ( Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ) and Tyson Ritter ( Preacher ) are also star in the upcoming crime feature. Vanessa Angel, Bai Ling, Robert LaSardo, Armen Garo, Sean Ringgold, Nick Principe, Sydney Jenkins and Brett Azar are also stars in crime drama flick. Shooting for the film is currently underway in Rhode Island, United States.

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Tom DeNucci and Nick Principe has wrote the script. Tom DeNucci is also directing. ‘Johnny & Clyde’ is producing by Chad A. Verdi along with Michelle Verdi, Chad A. Verdi Jr, Paul Luba and Nick Koskoff. Andre Relis, David Gere, J.D. Beaufils, Mickey Guerin, Jessica Bennett and Anthony Gudas are serving as executive producers. On the other hand, Amy Lippens, Matthew J. Weiss and Ali Cesare are co-producers of the film.

Also Verdi Productions is financing the entire film, on the other hand VMI Worldwide will sell the film in the international market.

Johnny & Clyde Plot

The upcoming crime thriller film is a fresh take on the famous Bonnie and Clyde story. The film will follow two well-known serial killers Johnny ( Avan Jogia ) and Clyde ( Ajani Russell )who are madly in love and on an endless crime spree. They have their sights set on robbing a thriving casino run by crime boss Alana ( Megan Fox) and her security chief ( Tyson Ritter).

Release Date

Johnny & Clyde doesn’t have a scheduled release yet. But it could possibly release by the middle of 2022.

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