Deadline Exclusively Reports Spyglass Media Group Has Found A Star For Their Next Film Neutral in black adam Star Quintessa Swindell. They will star in what is being described as a “climbing thriller”.
Neutral It is said to follow Swindell’s character as they set out to complete the dangerous ascent of the mountain that killed their father. However, the journey becomes complicated when they witness a murder on the mountain and must now evade a gang of criminals seeking to silence the only witness to their crime. To escape, Swindell’s character must brave the unforgiving conditions as he continues his ascent up the mountain, with no choice but to climb.
Swindell recently starred in the fourth season of the HBO drama Processing and in both seasons of the Netflix comedy trinkets. They also appeared in a first season episode of the hit HBO drama Euphoria. Swindell also had a supporting role in Neil Burger2021 sci-fi thriller Travelers next to Colin Farrel, Tye Sheridanand Lily Rose Depp. In the near future, they can also be seen alongside Dwayne Johnson like the DC superhero Cyclone in black adam and next to Joel Edgerton and Sigourney Weaver in the Paul Schrader Thriller in French master gardener. Currently, Swindell’s partners in the film have yet to be announced.
Neutral will be produced by the duo of Adam Stein and Zach Lipovsky. Together, Stein and Lipovsky form a team of directors who have previously worked together to helm the 2018 sci-fi drama Monsters with Emile Hirsch and Bruce Dern, which they also wrote together. They also performed the live action Kim possible movie and some episodes of AppleTV+ fragglerock reboot together. The film’s screenplay was written by Paul Haapaniemiin their first feature-length writing. Chris Bender and Jake Weiner will serve as producers on the project.
Currently, no production start or expected release date has been announced for the film. Stay tuned to Collider for more project updates. Read the official synopsis of Neutral below:
The story follows a young woman who sets out to complete the treacherous ascent of a mountain that claimed her father’s life. Halfway through, she stumbles upon a murder and becomes the target of a gang of ruthless criminals who want to eliminate the only witness to their crime. Alone in the unforgiving wilderness and clinging to a steep rock face, her only escape is in place.
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