Skeet Ulrich starred in the rescue thriller Mackenzie Munro

The film, which features a script by Alex Runnels, is currently in production in Boston.


Mackenzie Munro add Actors to his upcoming thriller, Rescue, and this time he has a horror legend. Deadline says so Skeet Ulrich has joined the cast of the upcoming film produced by Walk Like A Duck Entertainment alongside Ashley Moore, Theo Rossi, Devon Bostick, Claire Forlani, and Thomas Jane.

The film, currently being produced in Boston and described as a dramatic thriller, contains the script Alex Runnels follows a restless surrogate child who is given one last chance to prove himself when he is sent to a friendly, ordinary family in rural Tennessee. However, the girl soon realizes that not everything is what it looks like and that her surrogate family has dragged her into a world of “snake worship” where up is down and “even holy people can do evil”.


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Ulrich’s role in the upcoming thriller is unknown, but it’s not the first of its kind. Yell a star who recently leaves The CW series Riverdale and appearance in Antoine Fuqua‘s #Freerayshawn join the project. Except for Wes Cravenhorror classic, the star has also collected several thrillers and horror movies, including Soul Assassin, Escape the room, and the upcoming movie Blood, directed by Brad Anderson and as an actor Michelle Monaghan. He is also scheduled to perform in the future Supercell, a natural disaster film from the director Herbert James Winterstern and as an actor Alec Baldwin.

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Rescue Directed by screenwriter Munro Runnels and produced by Walk Like A Duck’s Rob Goodrich and Jason Armstrong, Hawk and winter soldier‘s Kari Skogland, Mad Rabbit and Blonde Mamba and Munro and Amelia Baker act as equivalent producers. The release date of the movie has not been announced.


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