Indiewire: Content Media announced today they have picked up the international sales rights to “Hick” starring Blake Lively and Chloe Moretz, revealing that the long-rumored Alec Baldwin (whose schedule was probably freed up after dropping out of “Men In Black 3”), Rory Culkin and Ray McKinnon round out a cast that also includes Juliette Lewis and Eddie Redmayne. Directed by Derick Martini (”Lymelife”), the film is an adaptation of Andrea Portes’ coming-of-age novel of the same name (she penned the script as well). The story revolves around Luli (Moretz), a 13-year-old Nebraskan girl and her hard-going life on the road after she runs away from her neglectful parents and home. She’s taken in by Glenda (Lively), a hard-living grifter who takes her under her wing. But the film doesn’t seem to be as gritty as the premise suggests.