Rising star Oscar Isaac and Max Minghella have joined "Memorial Day," with Darcy-Smith set to direct from the script he also wrote. The story is set in the 1980s, and will follow Hispanic brothers who to try remedy the fallout from a family tragedy. The film still needs a third lead, but once that is found, financing should come together and things will start moving with plans to shoot in Florida next year.
Darcy-Smith has also finished the script for the sequel to the Aussie hit "Tomorrow, When The War Began" and while he won't be directing, he's clearly got his hands in more than few ovens. eOne will bring "Wish You Were Here" to theaters next year, and we'd wager by then the director will already be on to his next endeavor. [Deadline]