Deaton, Flanigen Shooting Feature Film in Nashville

Garret Dillahunt

Garret Dillahunt

Directors Robert Deaton and George Flanigen are making their feature film debut with the adaptation of the Richard Dresser theatrical play Rounding Out. Oscar-winning producer Fred Roos serves as one of the executive producers of the film shooting at several locations in Nashville.

Also involved with the film are Nashville music business leaders Joe Galante, Scott Borchetta, Clarence Spalding and Clint Higham as executive producers.

Actors Garret Dillahunt and John C. McGinley play the protagonists in the story about baseball and fatherhood.

“We feel so honored and excited to be shooting our first feature with such talent as John and Garrett,” said Deaton and Flanigen. “We feel we have assembled an incredible cast and crew of seasoned and lauded professionals to make our vision become the reality it is.”

John C. McGinley

John C. McGinley

Dillahunt has a distinguished acting career on Broadway, as well as in film and television. He is noted for roles on the HBO series Deadwood, as well as E.R., and most recently on Fox TV’s Raising Hope. He has appeared in the films No Country For Old Men, The Road, Winter’s Bone and others.

McGinley is an award-winner best known for his roles as Sergeant Red O’Neill in Oliver Stone’s Platoon and Marv in Wall Street. His TV roles include Dr. Perry Cox on the popular comedy Scrubs. Aside from acting, he has also written and produced for film and television.

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