Eric Dane and KJ Apa have reportedly joined the One Fast Move cast. The father of Apa’s character will be portrayed by the Euphoria actor. The movie, which is being directed by Kelly Blatz, has started filming in Atlanta. The main character of One Fast Move is a soldier who was dishonourably discharged and now desires to compete in Supersport motorbike races. He seeks comfort from his estranged father. While practising, he runs into a young singer from a nearby town, and this encounter begins to break down the barriers his father’s absence had erected.
In the HBO popular series Euphoria by Sam Levinson, Dane can now be seen playing Cal Jacobs, Nate’s father, opposite Jacob Elordi. He is also well-known for his work on the TNT drama The Last Ship and his portrayal of Dr. Mark Sloan on the venerable ABC medical programme Grey’s Anatomy. His filmography also includes X-Men: The Last Stand, Valentine’s Day, Marley & Me, and Burlesque.
Next up for the actor are the thrillers Little Dixie by John Swab and Dangerous Waters by John Barr, both starring Frank Grillo, Odeya Rush, Saffron Burrows, and the late Ray Liotta, and National Anthem by Tony Tost, a crime drama starring Sydney Sweeney, Zahn McClarnon, and Halsey.
Apa is well-known for playing Archie Andrews in the teen drama Riverdale on The CW. One Fast Move is their second collaboration after working on The Last Summer with the same actor. His other acting credits include I Still Believe, The Hate U Give, A Dog’s Purpose, Songbird, and other movies.
In addition to Netflix’s The Last Summer, Gulfstream has also produced movies like Garry Marshall’s Mother’s Day and the comedy Blended. Two more prominent animated shows produced by the firm include Netflix’s animated comedy series Green Eggs & Ham and The Nut Job, which had the highest opening weekend gross for an independent animated film in history.