Saffron Burrows, James Cosmo, and Toby Stephens are set to star within the Irish horror movie The Morrigan, filming subsequent month
Viewers members disliked Saffron Burrows’ character within the 1999 shark thriller Deep Blue Sea a lot, final minute reshoots have been executed particularly to kill her off within the climactic sequence (and greater than twenty years later, followers are nonetheless asking to see the unique model of the movie). Right here’s hoping issues go higher for her character within the upcoming Irish horror movie The Morrigan, which Deadline reviews has secured financing and is ready to begin filming on November sixth.
A characteristic growth of a 16 minute quick movie author/director Colum Eastwood (Black Drugs) made again in 2015, The Morrigan will comply with a profitable archaeologist however absentee mom who travels to Eire to excavate a centuries outdated tomb. Nonetheless, throughout the website lurks a hazard hidden from mankind for hundreds of years. As soon as it’s unleashed she should battle to avoid wasting her rebellious teenage daughter from possession by a vengeful ‘Pagan Struggle Goddess’, often known as The Morrigan.
Burrows is joined within the solid by James Cosmo (Sport Of Thrones) and Toby Stephens (Die One other Day). The title of the actress who will likely be taking part in the rebellious teenage daughter has not but been revealed. This challenge has a SAG-AFTRA interim settlement, so it is going to be in a position to enter manufacturing even when the SAG strike remains to be happening by November sixth.
Ashley Holberry and Gavin Cosmo Mehrtens of Cowboy Cosmonaut Movies are producing The Morrigan. The financing is coming from Quickfire Movies, Northern Eire Display screen, M2 Mediapost, and personal fairness.
AMP is dealing with the worldwide distribution gross sales, and the corporate’s James Norrie supplied the next assertion: “The Morrigan breathes new life into the demonic possession style. With its wealthy pagan folklore it manages to be a balls to the wall horror, and a superb female-centric style film showcasing simply how far a mom will go to guard her baby. We’re thrilled to be aboard.“
The Morrigan sounds attention-grabbing to me, so I look ahead to seeing the way it’s going to end up.
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