Production on Oklahoma City-based indie film "The Jogger" begins this week
Tee Rob Pictures, LLC, an Oklahoma City-based independent film production company, is excited to announce production on their first feature film, The Jogger,” which is set to begin Saturday.
Using locations in and around the Oklahoma City area, Tee Rob’s founders, Casey Twenter and Jeff Robison, hope to showcase the state’s beautiful landscapes, homes, and businesses during the 15-day shoot, according to a news release.
The Jogger is a suspense/thriller that finds a mild-mannered jogger named Paul out for his normal evening run. When a familiar car passes him twice, the driver finally emerges, blanketed in shadows, and quickly, Paul finds himself in a violent and deadly race for his life through the dense forest surrounding his suburban neighborhood. Through flashbacks, clues are meticulously revealed, providing audiences the opportunity to discover the identity of the mysterious stalker.
“The Jogger” stars Derek Phillips, a veteran of screen, stage, and television. Best known for his role as Billy Riggins on the television series “Friday Night Lights,” Phillips recently completed filming his role in the biopic of Jackie Robinson “42,” starring Harrison Ford, Chadwick Boseman and Oklahoma native Ryan Merriman.
Jason Wiles and Cameron Richardson round out the cast. Wiles, a native of Kansas City and veteran actor of 21 years, has appeared in such films as Noah Baumbach’s “Kicking and Screaming,” David Fincher’s “Zodiac” and multiple television series including “Third Watch” and “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Richardson is best known for her role in the original “Alvin and the Chipmunks.”
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