The casting for the movie "Bait" has started. The psychological shark thriller, will begin filming in Puerto Rico in November. Filmmaker Paul Schrader is teaming up with author Bret Easton Ellis for the shark project "Bait." Schrader, the writer behind "Taxi Driver" and "Raging Bull," will direct the picture. Schrader and Ellis, who also wrote “Glamorama,” “Less Than Zero” and “The Rules of Attraction,” will collaborate on the latest draft of the script.
The film "Bait" described as a psychological thriller, is about a man, who works at a posh beach club, who wants to take his revenge against the wealthy. The man takes a yacht, full of wealthy people, into shark infested waters.
Galavis Film, Picture Machine and Ithaka Entertainment are behind the movie. Hollywood movies filmed in Puerto Rico recently include: “The Rum Diary,” “Men Who Stare at Goats,”
"Fast Five" and “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” with Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz.