Filmed and produced in Oklahoma, the sci-fi adventure film The Veil welcomes The Chronicles of Narnia star William Moseley and TRON: Legacy’s Serinda Swan to the cast.
Moseley and Swan join the cast alongside previously announced international star William Levy (Dancing with the Stars). In the film, Moseley takes on the role of Aysel, and Swan portrays the role of Zera. Nick Tarabay (Star Trek Into Darkness) and Brett DelBuono (Let Me In) also co-star in the film directed and produced by Brent Ryan Green, from a script by writer and producer Jeff Goldberg.
The Veil is set in a war-torn land where tribal factions live in fear of annihilation. When a deadly warrior (Levy), who is leading a destructive war campaign is betrayed by his own and left for dead, he is healed by a mysterious princess (Swan) and taken in by a member of a hidden tribe (Moseley) that believes he was chosen to wage a final battle.
Moseley, who is best known for his role in Disney’s The Chronicles of Narnia film series, expressed his excitement for the film. “Director Brent Ryan Green and writer Jeff Goldberg created a fascinating world in The Veil. We filmed on location in Oklahoma during a truly beautiful autumn,” Moseley said. “I am really excited to see the finished product and thank everyone that worked on the film.”
Sharing the same enthusiasm, Swan added, “From the writer-director-producer team of Brent Ryan Green and Jeff Goldberg to all the cast and crew, it was such a wonderful experience shooting The Veil in Oklahoma. I have to say, I probably laughed more on this set than I had in awhile and that is saying something about the people on this set, seeing that this wasn’t a comedy. All in all, I had a great time.”
Director Brent Ryan Green appreciates working with the skilled, multi-dimensional cast. “It was really amazing to work with Moseley and Swan, as they really brought something special to their roles,” Green said. “Their professionalism in bringing their characters to life was a great asset for the production and I was in awe of their talent.”
The Veil, which has finished shooting, is now in post-production. The film utilized the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program administered by the Oklahoma Film & Music Office.