CBS Daytime fans are in the thick of watching The Bold and the Beautiful's Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) drown in guilt over having accidentally mowed down Vinny (Joe LoCicero), a feeling that was compounded by his father, Bill's (Don Diamont), decision to hide the evidence of the incident and forbid Liam from turning himself in for the hit-and-run. If the storyline has you on the edge of your seat, you might also be interested in an upcoming film that stars The Young and the Restless' Luke Kleintank (ex-Noah Newman).
Kleintank will be starring opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in The Good Neighbor, which follows new neighbors David and Robert, who find themselves bonded by a hit-and-run accident. According to the official logline, "When the dead girl's sister shows up to investigate, David, overcome with guilt, wonders if he can find redemption while Robert is determined to bury the past and keep his new friend for himself, no matter the cost."
The Good Neighbor will be directed by Stephan Rick (The Dark Side of the Moon) from a script by Rick and Ross Partridge (Room 104). Rick Partridge also directed the German version of the movie, titled Unter Nachbarn.
Kleintank starred as Y&R's Noah Newman from 2010 to 2011 before going on to find success in films such as Midway, The Goldfinch, and Max, and in television series such as The Man in the High Castle, Bones, Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars, and Person of Interest.
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