According to Production Weekly, David Krumholtz has found a way to spend his summer break from Numb3rs. Originally slated to be hanging out in Paris with Michelle Williams and Woody Allen, the actor suddenly found himself with a whole lot of free time when Allen dumped that project and headed back to London. Now, though, word comes that Krumholtz has landed on his feet, albeit with a slightly smaller budget: He's going to star opposite Eva Mendes in Live!, an indie thriller from Oscar-winning short-subject documentary director Bill Guttentag.

The movie is a mockmentary that follows Medes' character, an "ambitious president of [television] programing," as she tries to raise ratings with a reality show in which people play Russian Roulette for a "Yay, you're alive!" prize of $5 million. Gee, think someone's seen 13 (Tzameti)?

The movie begins filming in LA later this month.

[via MovieWeb]