All Fun And Games: Natalia Dyer And Asa Butterfield To Share Screen Space In Upcoming latest Horror Thriller

 

Asa Butterfield of “Sex Education” and Natalia Dyer of “Stranger Things” are scheduled to play the foremost components within the excessive idea horror thriller “All Fun and Games.” The plot revolves round a gaggle of brothers who develop into concerned in a sport with a demonic twist. Ari Costa, whose credit embrace Extraction, Avengers: Endgame, and The Internet Kills, will co-direct the film with Eren Celeboglu.

It can be based mostly on a script they co-wrote based mostly on J.J. Braider’s unique idea, which AGBO bought competitively. The principal filming will start across the finish of March 2022. “All Fun and Games” can be produced by Anton’s Sebastien Raybaud and John Zois, in addition to AGBO’s Kassee Whiting. “It has been a fantastic expertise creating this venture with Eren and Ari and we couldn’t be extra excited to proceed the journey with them on their first function,” stated Zois as per Variety. “Asa and Natalia are good for the film and with the steerage of Joe, Anthony, and AGBO, there isn’t any query that is going to be a fan favourite.”

Anton’s earlier excessive idea thriller “Curs>r,” starring Butterfield, Eddie Marsan, and Iola Evans, and starring Robert Englund, was purchased by Netflix for worldwide distribution in 2022 in one of many largest purchases of the 2021 Cannes market.

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Meanwhile, on the age of eight, Butterfield made his film debut in “After Thomas” (2006). In 2007, he co-starred in “Son of Rambow” with Will Poulter. The subsequent yr, he featured in “The Boy within the Striped Pyjamas,” a cinematic model of John Bayne’s story of the identical identify. On the opposite hand, Dyer is most recognised for her portrayal as Nancy Wheeler within the Netflix collection “Stranger Things.” The fourth season of “Stranger Things” will premiere this summer season.

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