The “re-imagining” of Stephen King’s Children of the Corn at the hands of Kurt Wimmer has officially finished shooting, as the cast pushed hard to get this one over the line during the ongoing crisis that is affecting the world.
Alongside the news of filming finally coming to an end in Australia, producers of the upcoming movie have revealed the cast of young actors that’ll play roles in Children of the Corn.
According to Variety, some of the talent joining the cast is.
- Callan Mulvey. An Australian actor that is most known for his leading roles in television’s Rush, Underbelly, and Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms. He has also featured in movies such as Batman vs Superman and 300: Rise of an Empire.
- Elena Kampouris. A 22-year-old actress who stars in the 2018 Facebook Watch series, Sacred Lies, where she portrays Minnow Bly.
- Bruce Spence. A New Zealand-born man who has played parts in numerous TV shows and movies, but none more famous than The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
- Kate Moyer. Born in 2008, Kate has already been nominated for two Canadian Screen Awards. Her performances in Holly Hobbie and Our House have begun the young girl’s rise to fame.
Happy Death Day’s John Baldecchi, Ford v Ferrari’s Lucas Foster, and FML’s Doug Barry all team up to produce the remastered thriller.
The original 1984 movie followed a young couple who become trapped in a small town where a cult of children, who believe that everybody over the age of 18 must be killed, reside.
Three-time Golden Globe-nominated Linda Hamilton (Vicky) and three-time Primetime Emmy-nominated Peter Horton (Burt) featured in the 80s horror.
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