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Mark Wahlberg and Connie Britton to star in Good Joe Bell

Broken City

Story by Jack Foley

ACADEMY Award® nominated actor Mark Wahlberg (The Fighter) and Golden Globe®, four-time Emmy® nominated actress Connie Britton (Dirty John, Nashville, Friday Night Lights) are set to star in Reinaldo Marcus Green’s Good Joe Bell.

The film also stars newcomer Reid Miller and is written by Academy Award® winners Diana Ossana (Brokeback Mountain) and Larry McMurtry (Brokeback Mountain).

Good Joe Bell tells the true story of Oregonian father Joe Bell (Wahlberg) who sets out on a walk across America with his son, Jadin (Miller).

Principal photography starts in Utah on April 15, 2019.

Reid Miller is an up and coming young actor who has starred in Play By Play, Brats’ hit series A Girl Named Jo and has had guest roles in Netflix’s You, Freeform’s The Fosters, CBS’s Training Day and Criminal Minds and NBC’s About A Boy.

Reinaldo Marcus Green’s feature film directorial debut, Monsters and Men, premiered at the 2018 Sundance International Film Festival to rave reviews.

Britton can currently be seen in the critically-acclaimed film, The Mustang, starring Mattias Schoenaerts. She was Golden Globe® nominated for her performances in Dirty John and Nashville, and she has been Emmy® nominated for her roles in American Horror Story, Nashville and twice for Friday Night Lights.

She will next be seen in Jay Roach’s untitled Roger Ailes film starring Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie and Promising Young Woman, starring Carey Mulligan and Alison Brie.

Wahlberg has received numerous award nominations for his acting including an Academy Award® and Golden Globe® nomination for his performance in Martin Scorsese’s The Departed and a Golden Globe® nomination for David O’Russell’s The Fighter, which he also produced and received an Academy Award® nomination for Best Picture.

He recently starred in Instant Family, opposite Rose Byrne, and his other credits include Daddy’s Home, Ted, Lone Survivor, Three Kings and Paul Thomas Anderson’s Boogie Nights. He can next be seen in Peter Berg’s crime drama, Wonderland.