Paul Schneider (“Tales from the Loop,” “Parks and Recreation”), Angela Sarafyan (“Westworld”), and Jacob Lofland (“Maze Runner”) will lead the forged on the venture, which has already begun manufacturing in New Orleans.
Alex McAulay (‘Don’t Inform a Soul”) serves as author and director on the movie, which follows a troubled couple (Schneider and Sarafyan) who take a trip to an remoted home within the Louisiana bayou to reconnect as a household. Their teenage daughter will likely be performed by the younger star of Marvel’s “The Eternals,” Lia McHugh. When surprising guests arrive, their facade of household unity begins to unravel, as terrifying secrets and techniques come to gentle.
Extra forged consists of Lofland in a key position, in addition to Doug Van Liew (“Ida Purple”) and Lauren Richards (“Doom Patrol”) in supporting roles. The movie is ready to premiere on Epix in late 2021.
Introduced in March, the Blumhouse-Epix deal calls on the profitable horror label to develop and produce eight style films solely for the community. Jason Blum, Chris McCumber and Jeremy Gold are govt producing “Home on the Bayou” for Blumhouse with Mary-Margaret Kunze.
Schneider is represented by Finlay Administration and CAA. Sarafyan is represented by Administration 360, Progressive and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush, Kaller & Gellman. Lofland is represented by Administration 360 and ICM Companions. Van Liew is represented by Magna Expertise Company, and Richards is represented by Individuals Retailer.
Blumhouse has produced over 150 films and tv sequence with theatrical grosses amounting to over $4.8 billion. Best theatrical hits embrace franchises like “Halloween,” “Paranormal Exercise” and “The Purge.” The TV unit has anthology sequence like “Welcome to the Blumhouse” at Amazon Studios and “Into the Darkish” at Hulu. Additionally they work in mainstream status drama, with sequence together with “The Good Lord Hen” and “The Loudest Voice.”