Douglas (Wall St, Fatal Attraction) and his oldest son Cameron will star opposite each other in the upcoming film, as a father and son trying to rekindle their broken relationship.
The synopsis per The Hollywood Reporter reads: "Michael Douglas plays a father who, in an attempt to reconnect with his estranged son, invites him to to Puerto Rico to compete in a father-son fishing competition.
TV director Howard Deutch (Empire, Young Sheldon) is at the helm of the adaptation of Bob Rich’s book Looking Through Water, based on a screenplay by Rowdy Herrington (Road House).
Recently, local outlet iBerkshires reported that cast and crew were spotted at the Rusty Anchor Marina & Club in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
Production supervisor Deborah Sims told the publication "only the scenes involving the grandfather telling the grandson the story were shot in Massachusetts, making up about 20 minutes of the film." The production unit spent several days filming in the state.
The rest of the film will told through flashbacks to bring the grandfather's story to life, which will be shot in Belize and Mexico City later this summer.
Stan Spry and Eric Scott Woods of Cartel Pictures produce Blood Knot together with Robert Mitas.
Screen Media’s David Fannon and Seth Needle serve as executive producers, along with Foresight Unlimited’s Tamara Birkemoe and David Nagelberg.