Tony nominee Victor Garber has joined the cast of Jalmari Helander's "Big Game," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Written and directed by Helander, and based on a story by Helander and Petri Jokiranta, "Big Game" stars Samuel L. Jackson as the President of the United States and features Onni Tommila as his 13-year-old sidekick, who takes a takes a test of manhood by spending one day and night alone in the wilderness of a local forest.
Garber, whose stage credits include Present Laughter, Damn Yankees and Little Me, will play the vice president. The six-time Emmy nominee's screen credits include "Alias," "Damages" and "Argo."
The cast also features Oscar nominee Felicity Huffman (Speed-the-Plow, "Transamerica") as the CIA director, Ted Levine ("American Gangster," "The Manchurian Candidate"), Oscar winner Jim Broadbent ("The Iron Lady"), Ray Stevenson ("GI Joe: Retaliation") and Mehmet Kurtulus ("Short Sharp Shock").
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Here Lies Love
On The Town
Piece of My Heart
Scenes From A Marriage
Sex With Strangers
The Country House
The Good and The True
This is Our Youth
You Can't Take It With You