BURN follows a lonely, unstable gas station attendant Melinda (Tilda Cobham-Hervey), tired of being overshadowed by her more confident, outgoing co-worker Sheila (Suki Waterhouse). When the gas station is held at gunpoint by Billy (Josh Hutcherson), a desperate man in need of quick cash, Melinda finds an opportunity to make a connection with the robber, regardless of who gets hurt.

  • 1 hr 28 minR
  • Aug 23, 2019
  • Suspense

Cast & Crew

  • Josh Hutcherson

    Josh HutchersonActor

    Joshua Ryan Hutcherson was born on October 12, 1992 in Union, Kentucky to Michelle Fightmaster, who worked for Delta Air Lines, and Chris Hutcherson, an EPA analyst. He has one younger brother, Connor Hutcherson. From the age of four, Josh knew that he wanted to be an actor. In order to pursue his goal, Josh and his family moved to Los Angeles when he was nine-years-old. In 2002, Josh landed his first acting role in the TV film, House Blend (2002), with Amy Yasbeck, Dan Cortese and Sean Faris. The same year, Josh was cast in the pilot, Becoming Glen (2002), but Fox did not order it to series (though, several years later, it was reconfigured as the short-lived series, The Winner (2007), starring Rob Corddry, and co-written/produced by Seth MacFarlane). Toward the end of 2002, Josh appeared on an episode of ER (1994). Josh made his big-screen debut, in 2003, with a bit part in the Oscar-nominated American Splendor (2003). His career began its measured ascent in 2005 with a supporting slot as one of Will Ferrell's kids in Kicking & Screaming (2005), a co-starring role in the indie hit Little Manhattan (2005), and another co-starring role in Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005), which was originally conceived as a sequel to Jumanji (1995). Despite underperforming at the box office, "Zathura" helped earned for Josh his first Young Artist Award for "Leading Young Actor". 2006 saw bigger returns for Josh's burgeoning film career with a role as one of Robin Williams' sons in the modest hit, RV (2006). The following year, he landed his first breakthrough role in Bridge to Terabithia (2007), the kid-approved adaptation of Katherine Paterson's novel that co-starred AnnaSophia Robb, whose career was also taking off at this time. Josh starred as Brendan Fraser's nephew in another family-film hit, Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008), and he had a smaller role in the Crash-like drama, Fragments (2008), though by now his face and name were being used in movie-marketing materials. Though it wasn't a hit, Josh's character in Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant (2009) served as a major plot device early in the story. In 2010, Josh co-starred in the critically-acclaimed film, The Kids Are All Right (2010), alongside Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo, and Mia Wasikowska. The film received several awards and four Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. Josh's performance as the youngest child in a family, led by two mothers, earned him acclaim from audiences and the industry, alike. Josh followed up with an expanded role in Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012), which saw Dwayne Johnson take over as the main character from Brendan Fraser. Between the star power and the allure of 3D, the sequel was a worldwide hit and a third installment is in development. With the announcement that he would portray the beloved "Peeta Mellark" in The Hunger Games (2012), the film adaptation of the best-selling novel written by Suzanne Collins, Josh became an instant celebrity. In the wake of the movie's massive worldwide success, Detention (2011), a horror/comedy that Josh made before "The Hunger Games", was released. Josh was also an executive producer on that feature. Before Josh reprises his role as "Peeta" in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013), we will see him in the long-delayed remake of Red Dawn (2012); the omnibus 7 Days in Havana (2012) (aka "7 Days in Havana") (Josh's segment was directed by Benicio Del Toro); The Forger (2012) opposite Lauren Bacall, Alfred Molina, and Hayden Panettiere; and the animated Epic (2013) from Ice Age (2002) co-director (and voice of "Scrat"), Chris Wedge.
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  • Suki Waterhouse

    Suki WaterhouseActor

    Alice Suki Waterhouse (born 5 January 1992) is an English actress, model and entrepreneur. She was born in Hammersmith, London and was raised in Chiswick, London, the daughter of Elizabeth, a cancer care nurse, and Norman Waterhouse, a plastic surgeon. She has a brother named Charlie, and two younger sisters Madeleine and Imogen Waterhouse, known as Immy, who is also a model. Waterhouse began her modelling career after being discovered in a pub in London when she was 16. When she was 19, her first noted campaign was as a lingerie model for Marks and Spencer. She is a face of Burberry and Redken. Waterhouse has also modelled for brands like Tommy Hilfiger (alongside sister Immy), Swatch, Lucy in Disguise, H&M, Alice + Olivia, Coast, Max Studio, Sass & bide, Caterina Gatta and Pepe Jeans. Waterhouse has appeared on the cover of British, Korean, Thai, Taiwanese and Turkish Vogue, Tatler, British and Korean Elle as well as Lucky, L'Officiel, American Marie Claire, French Grazia and 1883 Magazine. Waterhouse has also shot editorials for American, Chinese, Russian, and Japanese Vogue Love Magazine, American Elle, Velour, and Stylist Magazine among others. Waterhouse has also walked the runway for brands including Burberry and Balenciaga and is a regular on the front row at fashion week. In April 2017, Waterhouse was chosen as the "Mercier Muse" for the makeup brand Laura Mercier. Waterhouse has shown her photography work at the Eb and Flow gallery in London along with Reggie Yates and Imogen Morris Clarke in an exhibition presented by Next Model Management called 'I'll Be Your Mirror'. In February 2014, she posed completely nude for Dominic Jones Jewelry's autumn/winter campaign at London Fashion Week. Waterhouse played Marlene in the sequel The Divergent Series: Insurgent (2015), based on the book of the same name. In March 2015 it was announced that Waterhouse had been cast in the role of Arlen in Ana Lily Amirpour's romance thriller film The Bad Batch. Waterhouse will also play the role of Quintana in Billionaire Boys Club. In June 2016, it was announced that Waterhouse will play Cecily of York in the Starz miniseries adaptation of the novel The White Princess by Philippa Gregory. She played the leading female role "The Girl", in the 2017 drama movie The Girl Who Invented Kissing, released April 29, 2017, written and directed by Tom Sierchio. Waterhouse starred opposite Ansel Elgort in the movie Jonathan (2018). In September 2016, Waterhouse announced the launch of Pop & Suki, a direct-to-consumer Millennial-targeted accessories brand that she co-founded with her best friend Poppy Jamie and CEO Leo Seigal. The focus of the brand is on customization and versatility, and Pop & Suki has since been featured in publications such as Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, W Magazine, and Elle Magazine. Celebrities that have worn the brand include Jessica Alba, Lady Gaga, Cara Delevingne, Emily Ratajkowski, Lena Dunham, and Taylor Hill. The brand's signature customizable Camera Bag was referred to by Who What Wear as the "Bag Every It Girl Owns". For Pop & Suki's launch, the brand took over Mel's Drive-In in Hollywood and converted it into a pop-up pink-themed Pop & Suki Diner.
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  • TILDA COBHAM-HERVEY

    TILDA COBHAM-HERVEYActor

  • SHILOH FERNANDEZ

    SHILOH FERNANDEZActor

    Shiloh Fernandez was born on February 26, 1985 in Ukiah, California, USA as Shiloh Thomas Fernandez. He is an actor and producer, known for Evil Dead (2013), Red Riding Hood (2011) and The East (2013).
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  • HARRY SHUM JR.

    HARRY SHUM JR.Actor

    Harry Shum Jr. was born on April 28, 1982 in Puerto Limón, Costa Rica. He is an actor, known for Crazy Rich Asians (2018), Shadowhunters (2016) and Glee (2009). He has been married to Shelby Rabara since November 22, 2015. They have one child.
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  • JAMES DEVOTI

    JAMES DEVOTIActor

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