Downton abbey star Tuppence Middleton and Game Of Thrones Actor Ralph Ineson to headline new folk horror film Lord of disorder, which has already started filming in Hertfordshire.
The film, directed by horror veteran William Brent Bell and written by Calm the writer Tom de Ville, will also star Unsuitable actor Matt Stokoe.
Deadline reports that Lord of disorder takes place in a rural English village and will focus on a woman named Rebecca Holland, who takes over the management of the local parish church. When her young daughter goes missing during a winter party, the whole village joins in the desperate search for the young girl.
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But as they get closer to the search for Rebecca’s missing daughter, dark secrets about the town’s past begin to spread and Rebecca is forced to decide how much she is willing to sacrifice to save her daughter from the grip. difficulty.
Bell promised viewers will be spoiled for choice with the new film, saying, “It’s so rare to find such well-developed, culturally relevant and beautifully dark material as Lord of error.
“Tom de Ville’s wicked script provided us with the foundation to build the kind of talented actors and teams that will bring a film to life that will haunt audiences for years to come.”
Middleton played the role of royal maid Lucy Smith in the first Downton abbey movie and she is also known for her roles in man, The imitation game and Sens8.
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Ineson, who played Dagmer Cleftjaw in Game Of Thrones, also starred in Harry potter, Loan Player One and Chernobyl, while Stokoe is known for his roles in Damn and Jamestown.
Bell has a fairly illustrious horror story, having worked on The inner demon, We, The boy and its sequel Brahms: The Boy II, and Separation. He is currently working on Orphan: first murder, a prequel to the horror of 2009 Orphan which will star Isabelle Fuhrman and Julia Stiles.
There is currently no confirmed release date for Lord of disorder.
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