Some horoscopes are to die for.
Horrorscope–a new genre feature from Screen Gems and Alloy Entertainment–is getting ready to start shooting this fall, and two more actors have joined the fold, according to a report on Deadline.
Larsen Thompson (The Midnight Club) and Olwen Fouere (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) have signed on, and will join the previously announced Jacob Batalon (Reginald the Vampire), Alana Boden (The Invitation), Adain Bradley (Wrong Turn: The Foundation), Avantika (Senior Year), Humberly Gonzalez (Slumberland) and Wolfgang Novogratz (The Half of It). Details on the roles played by Thompson and Fouere were not revealed.
Horrorscope–written and directed by Anna Halberg and Spenser Cohen from the novel by Nicholas Adams–follows a group of college friends who, after getting their horoscopes read, “begin dying in ways connected to their fortunes,” according to the synopsis. “Are their fates fatal–or can they change what’s written in the stars?”
The film–which does not yet have a release window–is produced by Leslie Morgenstein, Elysa Koplovitz Dutton and Scott Glassgold.
Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on Horrorscope.