Alex Steyermark, director of Prey for Rock and Roll and One Last Thing... will direct Kyle Gallner of recent A Nightmare on Elm Street fame as well as Warehouse 13 star Allison Scagliotti and Tania Raymonde of Lost in the upcoming film Losers Take All. The picture began principal photography earlier this week in and around Memphis, Tennessee. The cast also includes Alexia Rasmussen (Listen to Your Heart), Aaron Himelstein (Joan of Arcadia, The Informers), Billy Kay (Yelling to the Sky), Adam Herschman (Soul Men, Accepted) and newcomer Peter Brensinger.

Losers Take All, set in the world of mid-1980's American independent rock music, follows a fictional punk/pop band "The Fingers" as they stumble, stagger and strum their way in what everyone thinks is the opposite direction of success--commercial or otherwise. But they are in the right place at the right time and the public is eager to embrace the D.I.Y. sounds of the underground, whether those in the underground-"The Fingers" included-like it or not. It's a raucous love letter to an era when for most bands, life meant touring around the country in a cramped van, sleeping on the floors of strangers, selling your records after each show, and where fans were earned through powerful live shows at small clubs, reviews in 'zines, and do-it-yourself promotions.

Top-Forty musician Marshall Crenshaw, who co-penned the Golden Globe and Grammy nominated title track to the hit comedy Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, will work with the actors to put together a band whose sound recalls the Indie/Punk/D.I.Y. days of 1980's college radio. This past winter, he and Memphis' own Scott Bomar produced and recorded original songs for the film at Bomar's Electrophonic Recording with local Memphis musicians.

Losers Take All was written by Andrew Pope and Winn Coslick, from a story by Roger Rawlings and Ed Bradin. The film will be produced by Mike S. Ryan (Life During Wartime, Junebug, Palindromes), Andrew Pope and Winn Coslick. The Executive Producers are Andrew Meyer (The Breakfast Club, Fried Green Tomatoes) and Roger Rawlings.