Allison Williams to star in M3GAN for Blumhouse

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After delivering a chilling efficiency as Rose Armitage for Jordan Peele’s GET OUT, Allison Williams is headed back to Blumhouse for the upcoming tech horror thriller M3GAN, by which she’ll star and government produce.

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According to Deadline, Williams performs Gemma, a superb roboticist at a toy firm. She makes use of synthetic intelligence to develop M3GAN, a life-like doll programmed to be a child’s best companion and a mother or father’s best ally. After unexpectedly gaining custody of her orphaned niece, Gemma enlists the assistance of the M3GAN prototype – a call that has unimaginable penalties.

Akela Cooper (Chambers, Luke Cage, American Horror Story, Witches of East End) penned the script which is predicated on a narrative by Jame Wan, whose Atomic Monster studio will produce the function for Universal. Directing the movie is HOUSEBOUND helmer Gerard Johnstone, who’s additionally shot episodes of exhibits like The Jaquie Brown Diaries, Terry Teo, and The New Legends of Monkey. Jason Blum and Wan may also act as producers on M3GAN, with Michael Clear government producing below the Atomic Monster label. Judson Scott will lead the charge for Atomic Monster whereas Blumhouse’s Ryan Turek will be part of the trouble as an government producer.

In addition to scaring the bejesus out of horror followers in GET OUT, Williams additionally starred as Marnie for six seasons on HBO’s Emmy and Golden Globe-winning TV collection Girls. Most lately, Williams accomplished her work on director Mikael Marcimain’s HORIZON LINE, a thriller that tells the story of a couple flying on a small aircraft to attend a tropical island marriage who should battle for his or her lives after their pilot suffers a coronary heart assault.

Woof! Is anybody else getting some CHILD’S PLAY meets I AM MOTHER vibes from the idea for M3GAN? I need to admit that I’m intrigued. We’ll make sure you introduce you further particulars as M3GAN continues to be pieced collectively.

[Attribution JobLo]

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