Tatiana Maslany Will Star in the Sci-Fi Horror

Tatiana Maslany will star in the upcoming science fiction horror film Green Bank. She’ll star in the film alongside Jasmin Savoy Brown. She is known for her role in the 2022 Scream. Josh Ruben is directing it, and Aaron Horwitz wrote the script. It takes place in an American town that restricts wifi, cell service, and all other radio transmissions. Brown will play an infant sleep trainer named Sloan that works for a couple that is not the clueless yuppies they appear to be. Even though Maslany is a lead in the film, there are no details on her character Green Bank have been shared. Protagonist Pictures is handling international sales for the science fiction horror film. Andy Horwitz is producing it under Big Swell Entertainment. The company has previously produced films like American Hustle and Suicide Squad. Josh Ruben made the films Scare Me and Werewolves Within.

Tatiana Maslany is One of the Few Actors that Can Effortlessly Genre-Hop

Don’t let her young face fill you, she is a very versatile performer. She earned accolades for her role as the lead character (rather characters) in Orphan Black. Her other roles include the reboot series Perry Masonthe film Strongerand the film Woman in Gold. Tatiana Maslany made headlines for her work in Season 1 of the Disney+ She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. She played superhero attorney Jennifer Walters, niece of Bruce Banner (aka The Hulk). From comedy to horror, Tatiana Maslany is able to work in different genres effortlessly. Maslany will surely play an interesting character in the science fiction horror film Green Bank. Not many actors can master playing their own clones as Maslany did Orphan Black or the fourth-wall-breaking superhero in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Critics will have to wait to hear about the role Maslany will play in the science fiction horror film Green Bank.

The film has no release date yet.

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