Trust Me Sam Rockwell

Clark Gregg has so much more to him than playing Agent Phil Coulson in the Marvel Cinematic (and Television) Universe. The character actor has worked with oodles of outstanding directors over the years, from Steven Spielberg (A.I. – Artificial Intelligence) and Nicole Holofcener (Lovely & Amazing) to Paul Thomas Anderson (Magnolia). In 2008, Gregg took his own shot at directing, helming the adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk’s novel Choke. And now he’s back behind the camera (and in front of it) for the Hollywood comedy Trust Me.

We are proud to premiere a series of exclusive character one-sheets done by artist Ksenia Golubkova for the incredible cast Clark Gregg assembled for Trust Me, which features the actor-director as a child-star talent agent trying to land a valuable actress. Seriously, in addition to Gregg, the ensemble reads off like a laundry list of coveted character actors, starting with his Choke lead, Sam Rockwell, pictured above.

After that, the Trust Me posters run through characters played by Felicity Huffman, Allison Janney, Paul Sparks, Amanda Peet and Saxon Sharbino, as Lydia.

Trust Me Felicity Huffman

Trust Me Allison Janney

Trust Me Paul Sparks

Trust Me Amanda Peet

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Not pictured, but also vital to the success of Trust Me, are William H. Macy, Molly Shannon and Niecy Nash, rounding out the cast. Clark Gregg writes and directs Trust Me, which made its debut at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. It has stopped at similar film fests in Dallas and Seattle as it prepares to roll out into theaters. The movie’s currently available on demand, and it will open in select theaters on June 6.

Keep an eye on the site, as we’ll have an exclusive interview with Clark Gregg on the site in the coming days.

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