KALAMAZOO, Mich., Feb. 13 (UPI) -- "Kalamazoo?" a feature film being produced by two sisters, will begin filming in April in the Michigan town with the same name, say the producers.
"We're in the first stage of pre-production," said one of the producers, Joanna Clarescott, a Kalamazoo Central High School graduate who also wrote the screenplay for the film, reports the Kalamazoo Gazette.
Dana Kowalski, another Central graduate and Clarescott's sister, is also a producer. The film's director, David O'Malley, is a Battle Creek native.
"Kalamazoo?" is the first feature film project undertaken by the sisters' Los Angeles production company, Londinium Films.
The comedic screenplay tells of three friends, who return to Kalamazoo for their 10-year high school reunion.
When they hear that a time capsule containing their embarrassing past dreams will be opened at the reunion, they set out to find and destroy it.
Actors Bruce Campbell ("Evil Dead"), Dee Wallace-Stone ("E.T.") and TV stars Melissa Reeves ("Days of Our Lives") and Barry Livingston ("My Three Sons") have confirmed they will appear in the film.