Iggy Pop joins ‘Blue Iguana’ comedy starring Joel David Moore and Bob Saget – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: In an appropriate piece of nominative determinism, punk-rock icon Iggy Pop joined the cast of black comedy Blue iguana, currently filming in the Cayman Islands.

The singer of the Stooges, whose first group was called The Iguanas, which led to his nickname of Iggy, takes on the supporting role of Edward, the wealthy patriarch whose death sets off a chain of unfortunate events for his son. Daniel whose plan to reconnect with his siblings hits a snag when he finds out that they all want to kill him for his inheritance.

As we revealed last month, with Joel David Moore (Avatar), Bob Saget (Fuller house), Jason Jones (The stewardess), Carly Chaikin (Mr. Robot) and Mary Lynn Rajskub (24).

Joel David Moore, Bob Saget, Jason Jones, Carly Chaikin and Mary Lynn Rajskub to star in comedy ‘Blue Iguana’, Cayman Islands’ first 3-picture contract – EFM

Blue iguana is directed by Canadian filmmaker Jeremy LaLonde (James against his future me) from a screenplay by Matthew Dressel (The pilot is dead).

The film will be the first under a multi-frame production agreement between Canadian company Productivity Media and US company Darius Films, and the Cayman Islands Film Commission, the Department of International Trade, Investment, L Cayman Aviation and Maritime Affairs and Dart Enterprises.

Rock icon Iggy Pop has already appeared in a handful of Jim Jarmusch films, including a cult hit Coffee and cigarettes, Johnny Depp starring Dead man, the movie 2019 The dead don’t die, and Gimme Danger, the documentary on The Stooges premiered at Cannes. Other film and television appearances include Universal Pictures’ Cry baby also with Johnny Depp, a main role in Toby Tobias’ blood orange, and Song to song by Terrence Malick.

Productivity CEO William G. Santor and Darius Chairman Nicholas Tabarrok said, “We are more than delighted to have the legendary Iggy Pop join the cast of Blue iguana. Although pure coincidence with its cast, its name is derived from the word iguana, so it couldn’t be more apt than Iggy joins our already stellar cast. We look forward to working with him in the beautiful Cayman Islands.

Alongside Tabarrok and Santor, Blue iguana is produced by Leah Jaunzems and Jason Jallet. John Hills and Andrew Chang-Sang are executive producers. Radiant Films International by Mimi Steinbauer manages worldwide sales.

Iggy Pop is replaced by Henry McGroggan at the Central European Organization.

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