Rings of Power big name lands next movie position in horror remake

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power famous person Ema Horvath has landed a role in an upcoming horror remake.

As stated by way of Deadline, the actress has been cast in the 1/3 film in watch series online, so that it will function a remake of the 2008 horror.

The film, that’s being directed by way of Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2), will “comply with a young couple who start a brand new existence collectively in the Pacific Northwest.

“Along the manner, their vehicle breaks down and they’re pressured to spend the night in an remoted Airbnb home. Through the night they’re terrorised by way of three murderous masked strangers,” reads the synopsis.

With a script penned through Alan R Cohen and Alan Freedland, the remake will reportedly “make bigger” on the world that become supplied inside the first  films.

The first film, which starred Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman, has end up a cult conventional considering its launch in 2008. It changed into observed with the aid of a sequel, The Strangers: Prey at Night, a decade later.

Starring along Horvath inside the currently untitled remake will be Riverdale’s Madelaine Petsch and Cruel Summer’s Froy Gutierrez, who have both signed up for two sequels. Hillbilly Elegy famous person Gabriel Basso is likewise part of the forged.

Horvath plays Eärien on Amazon Prime Video’s The Rings of Power, which noticed its first season finish last night (October 14).

With the second one season now in manufacturing, showrunners JD Payne and Patrick McKay these days admitted that elements of the first season “didn’t paintings», pronouncing a number of the sooner episodes lacked the “f movies” needed whilst adapting JRR Tolkien’s work.

“One of the massive things we learned become even if it is a small scene, it constantly has to tie again into the bigger stakes,” stated Payne.

The untitled remake of The Strangers currently has no release date. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power may be streamed on Amazon Prime Video.

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