Upcoming film The Retirement Plan will be a crime-thriller primarily set in Cayman Islands, where the film will go under production shortly.

The Retirement Plan

The Retirement Plan follows a mother-daughter duo who finds themselves trapped amidst a criminal enterprise, and runs to Cayman Islands, to the one person who could help them out. The official summary of the film’s plot reads:

“In The Retirement Plan, when Ashley (Greene) and her young daughter Sarah (Thalia Campbell) get caught up in a criminal enterprise that puts their lives at risk, she turns to the only person who can help – her estranged father Matt (Cage), currently living the life of a retired beach bum in the Cayman Islands.”

 

“Their reunion is fleeting as they are soon tracked down on the island by crime boss Donnie (Earle Haley) and his lieutenant Bobo (Perlman). As Ashley, Sarah, and Matt become entangled in an increasingly dangerous web, Ashley quickly learns her father had a secret past that she knew nothing about and that there is more to her father than meets the eye.”

The cast of The Retirement Plan, Productivity Media’s upcoming action-thriller, has been announced and it seems intensely promising. The film will cast Academy-Award winner Nicholas Cage (Ghost Rider) and Ashley Greene (Twilight Series) in the lead roles with Oscar nominee Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen), Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Joel David Moore (Avatar), Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters), Emmy-Award winner Lynn Whitfield (The Josephine Baker Story), and Rick Fox (Shameless).

Eleven-year old newcomer, Thalia Campbell, will also be a part of the main lead, playing Ashley Greene’s character’s daughter in the film.

The Retirement Plan will be directed by Tim J. Brown who’s known for his work as a producer on the Canadian television series Blood And Water (2015).

Cage is also set to star in the adventure film Butcher’s Crossing which is adapted from John Williams’ 1960 novel about the rugged frontier of the American West.

The film’s title refers to the small Kansas town where the two intersect during the 1870s set story.

The Retirement Plan

The Retirement Plan will do the rounds this month and is eyeing for a mid-2022 release.

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