Film and TV star Vincent Young has been cast in Santiago Manes Moreno’s upcoming action feature Long Gone Heroes.
Scripted by Moreno, the film tells of the story of a special forces soldier who has given up country, religion, and even hope, but must return to the field of battle with his military team to track down a female reporter entangled in a huge political scandal while being hunted by the same mercenaries’ former comrades.
The film, set to shoot in Puerto Rico, has Young sharing the screen alongside Guy Pearce, Sir Ben Kingsley, Maggie Q, and Peter Facinelli.
Young, who got his break as troubled Noah Hunter on TV classic Beverly Hills, 90210, went on to play a range of complex and versatile parts in the likes of C.S.I NY, NCIS, Escape Plan 2 with Sylvester Stallone, and award-winning independent film, Eagles in the Chicken Coop.
His latest film, Scott C. Hamilton directed thriller What Death Leaves Behind has been reaping praise on the festival circuit and is due for a home entertainment bow early 2020.
In addition to Lone Gone Heroes, Young will appear in Steve Stanulis’ crime thriller 5th Borough, the Christopher Blackwell-directed Darkness Awaits, American Zealot, and upcoming Craig Cukrowski horror film 3 Days Rising co-starring Ice T, Peter Greene (Pulp Fiction) and Tony Denison (Major Crimes). The latter, which is produced by Noel Ashman and is a reimagining of Fall of the House of the Usher, began filming this week.
Long Gone Heroes is currently in pre-production.
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