Netflix is expanding its stable of genre presentations with the announcement that it is working on an adaptation of the horror novel No One Gets Out Alive.
The streamer will team with Imaginarium Productions on the development of the 2014 novel by Adam Nevill, as reported by Deadline. This isn’t the first time these two have joined forces–they combined to produce a film based on another of Nevill’s books, The Ritual, in 2017.
The movie–which stars Cristina Rodlo (Miss Bala) and Marc Menchaca (The Outsider)–tells the story “of an immigrant in search of the American Dream who–after being forced to take a room in a boarding house–finds herself In a nightmare she can’t escape,” according to the official synopsis.
The screenplay was written by Jon Croker and Fernanda Coppell, with Santiago Menghini making his debut in the director’s chair.
Jonathan Cavendish and Will Tennant will produce for Imaginarium, with Andy Serkis, David Bruckner, Phil Robertson and Nevill acting as executive producers.
Shooting is expected to start later this month in Bucharest, Romania, but no other details have yet been announced. So, keep reading Horror News Network for any updates on the cast and production schedule of No One Gets Out Alive on Netflix.