Film Reporter @Variety_DMcNary
Kelly Greyson (“Alone Yet Not Alone”) will star in Mutual Film Company’s spy thriller “Double Indentity” as a socialite and CIA agent.
Mutual, headed by Gary Levinsohn, most recently produced a pair of spy thrillers — “Deadfall,” starring Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde, and Charlie Hunnam; and “Jack Reacher,” starring Tom Cruise and based on the Lee Child book series.
Mutual acquired rights earlier this year to Zach Ayer’s screenplay “Double Identity,” which focuses on the daughter of a Washington, D.C., politician using her paparazzi past as the perfect CIA cover.
Greyson can be seen in Holocaust drama “Return to the Hiding Place,” “To Have and to Hold” and “Little Boy.”
“Kelly’s recent body of work has created a lot of momentum for her career and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to capitalize on that,” said Levinsohn. “She exhibits a unique range of talents that will allow her to shine as a gorgeous debutante turned physically gifted super spy.”
Levinsohn’s producing credits include “Saving Private Ryan” and “Tomb Raider.”