Francois Arnaud (“The Borgias,” “Midnight Texas”) has signed on for the psychological horror indie feature “Home” from director Adam O’Brien and writer Philip Kalin-Hajdu. The story follows a woman named Meredith (Emily Hampshire), her husband Jared (Arnaud) and their son Alex (Christian Convery) who suddenly find themselves dealing with a horrific terror following a family tragedy. [Source: Dead Entertainment]
Kerry Washington (“Scandal”) and Sterling K. Brown (“The Predator”) are attached to star in and produce the Leon Chills-scripted action drama “Shadow Force”. The project is dubbed a fresh take on “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” with Washington and Pilar Savone to produce. [Source: Deadline]
Aubrey Plaza has signed on to star in Netflix’s romantic comedy feature “Hope” which Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami (“The Breaker Upperers”) will direct from a script by “Legally Blonde” scribes Karen McCullah and Kirsten ‘Kiwi’ Smith.
The romantic comedy follows the crazy lengths a woman in her mid-30s is willing to go to when she discovers the perfect man. The script is said to address the societal pressure that women face to find a partner and settle down. Michael Costigan, Jason Bateman, Lundi Shackleton and Philippe Palacios will produce. [Source: Collider]
David Denman (“Brightburn,” “The Office”) has joined the Ric Roman Waugh-directed thriller “Greenland” at STX. Basil Iwanyk is producing. Gerard Butler and Morena Baccarin lead the cast of the story which centers on one family’s fight for survival in the face of a cataclysmic natural disaster. Denman will play a seemingly compassionate man who resorts to desperate measures to save his wife and himself. [Source: Deadline]