After a long run on the small screen, Noah Wyle returns to theaters with Shot, a new thriller from director Jeremy Kagan, who directs his first feature film in more than 25 years. (He has dozens of TV credits to his name.)
Wyle plays Mark, a sound mixer who's randomly shot on a busy L.A. street. The rest of the film is a race against the clock to save Mark, and also find the gunman: a teen (Jorge Lendeborg, Jr.) mixed up in gang violence. Kogan presents the film in near real-time, adding to the urgency and hopefully the thrills. The cast also includes Sharon Leal (Supergirl) as Mark's wife Phoebe, as well as Xander Berkeley and Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
The film opens in limited release on September 22.