Released in 2010, the collection is a dark, violent and harrowing look at the lives of numerous troubled Californian teens who have little to do and so begin to look for trouble. The film deals with various issues teens often face, including bullying, family struggles, drugs and violence.
It will be the directorial debut for Gia Coppola, who also adapted the stories for the big screen. Levin recently wrapped filming “The Way, Way Back” with Steve Carell and Annasophia Robb and also filmed “Blue Potato” with Callan McAuliffe, an Aron Gaudet-directed film revolving around two teenage boys and their last summer working the potato harvest in Aroostook County, Maine.
Wolff will be a recognisable face to tweens, best known from Nickelodeon’s ‘Naked Brothers Band’. He most recently starred alongside Lily Collins in “Writers” which premiered at this year’s TIFF and recently starred opposite Selena Gomez in an indie comedy “Feed the Dog“.