Posted October 09, 2019 08:31:52After a year-and-a-half of planning and pre-production, Whiting Fillet is finally getting its own movie.
The movie, Whipping Pools, will be directed by Todd Aiken (The Blacklist) and stars Will Pascual, Alexei Lamm, and Chris Sasso.
It is scheduled to open in theaters in late 2019.
Pascual will play a salesman who has a new customer and a new job for him, who has to work his magic to sell him a product.
The two characters have been working together for years.
“It’s not a one-off,” Pascal told the Los Angeles Times.
“I know that when they are together they can work on something big, and it’s the most important thing in the world to me.”
Whipping Pool is also the name of a popular aquarium store in Los Angeles.
The film, which is based on a true story of the creation of a new fish fillet by the Whiting Fishermen, will tell the story of Pascalto’s journey to the Whitsons, who had been producing fish fillets in Los Feliz for more than 20 years.
The Whitson family was one of the first in the United States to use a machine to make fillets, and eventually, the Whitesons made their first fish filleted in 1926.
The fish filleting process is also an iconic part of the history of the fishing industry.
The movie will star Will Pascar and Alexei Sasso, who starred in the 2016 film The Blacklist.
It will also feature Will Parson (The Secret Life of Pets), Nicki Bloch (Borat: Cultural Learnings of a Politician), and Jessica Lacy (The Killing Fields).
The Whiting family will also be involved.
“This is a really great story and it will bring a lot of joy to the whole family,” Pascar said in a statement.
Pascar will also play a fish called “Pascal,” a character from the movie who is not real.
He will also make his first appearance in the movie.
“They wanted to make a real-life version of Pascal,” Pascal’s producer, Alexis Fonseca, told the LA Times.
Pascal will also appear in a flashback scene in the film.
Pascals father, Ernest Whiting, died in a plane crash in the 1940s and was never seen again.
Pascar has said that he will be working on the movie for as long as he lives.
“That is one of my deepest dreams,” Passo told the Times.