Jennifer Aniston, Mark Duplass and Ben Kingsley have signed on to co-star in comedy-drama Convention.
Convention, which is being shopped to possible buyers at the European Film Market in Berlin this week, is set to be directed by Justin Reardon and has been described as a “Charlie Kaufman-esque mind-bender”.
The film centers on a mind-mannered brother and sister duo, Abby and Paul (Aniston and Duplass), who set out to change the box storage world with a new invention: the five-sided box. Kingsley will play a maniacal box magnate.
Reardon has recently finished work on his directorial debut A Many Splintered Thing, which is due to hit cinemas later this year. He’s best known for his work on various advertising campaigns.
Production on Convention is expected to begin in the Summer. K5 International are handling the sales.
Aniston will next be seen in We’re The Millers, while Kingsley has a main role in Iron Man 3. Duplass, meanwhile, is preparing to star work on his newly-commissioned HBO series Togetherness.