EXCLUSIVE: Millennium Media’s sci-fi thriller Subservience, starring Megan Fox (Transformers) and Michele Morrone (365 Days), is rounding out forged with Madeline Lima (Californication), Matilda Firth (Hullraisers), Andrew Whipp (Outlander) and newcomer Jude Greenstein.
As beforehand introduced, the movie will likely be directed by S.Okay. Dale (Until Dying), with a screenplay written by Will Honley (Escape Room: Match of Champions) and April Maguire (Misplaced Ladies). Filming began this weekend in Bulgaria at Millennium’s Nu Boyana Studio.
The movie is a couple of struggling father (Morrone) who purchases a home SIM (Fox) to assist take care of his home and household however the SIM features consciousness and turns lethal.
Producers are Jeffrey Greenstein, Jonathan Yunger, Tanner Mobley, Les Weldon, Rob Van Norden, Yariv Lerner and Jon Berg. Avi Lerner, Trevor Brief, and Boaz Davidson are amongst government producers.
Zima is understood for her roles in Showtime’s Californication, Amazon’s Betas and NBC’s Heroes. She was most just lately seen in DC and HBO Max’s comic-book collection, Doom Patrol.
Little one actress Firth is finest recognized for her function in Sony’s UK comedy collection Hullraisers. Different credit embody Peacock’s Vampire Academy, Disney’s Disenchanted starring Amy Adams, and Typist Artist Pirate King starring Kelly Macdonald. Upcoming are Starve Acre with Morfydd Clark and Matt Smith and Amazon Studios’ The Energy starring Toni Collette.
Whipp is understood for his roles in Starz’s Outlander, Netflix’s Cursed and Starz’s The White Princess.
“Madeline, Matilda, and Andrew every deliver one thing distinctive to the desk and are a thrill to observe. That includes an extremely well timed story about synthetic intelligence, these actors are the very best group to deliver our imaginative and prescient to life,” said co-president of Millennium Media, Jonathan Yunger.
Zima is repped by Buchwald, Affirmative Leisure, and Ziffren Brittenham. Firth is repped by Articulate. Whipp is repped by Impartial Expertise Group.