In case you’re a fan of “House of Cards” and the “Mission: Impossible” motion pictures, you may see some recognizable faces in Birmingham this month.
Performing artists Kate Mara and Simon Pegg are the stars of “Inheritance,” a spine chiller that is set to film here beginning in mid-February.
Film Birmingham, which fills in as the local film office for the more noteworthy Birmingham zone, as of late declared that the motion picture was searching for team individuals for a shoot, Feb. 18-March 29. (Those dates are subject to change, the Film Birmingham site says.) Available positions extended from executive’s assistant to set medic to special-effects coordinator.
British director Vaughn Stein, who helmed 2018′s “Terminal,” is ready for “Inheritance,” as indicated by different news sources. Matthew Kennedy wrote the script.
“Inheritance” will concentrate on “what happens when the patriarch of a well off and amazing family all of a sudden passes away, leaving his better half and little girl with a shocking secret inheritance that threatens to unravel and destroy their lives,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Mara, who depicted ill-fated journalist Zoe Barnes on Netflix arrangement “House of Cards,” and Pegg, who played close by Tom Cruise in four “M:I” activity flicks, have the main role. The cast likewise incorporates Connie Nielsen and Chace Crawford, as indicated by IMDB.
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