London-based sales company AV Pictures has secured worldwide sales rights to Corona Pictures’ teen horror thriller Truth Or Dare, reports Screen Daily.
Robert Heath, who made the 2010 political drama Sus, is directing the thriller “about five teenage friends who are taken hostage by a psychopath and forced to play a deadly spin-the-bottle party game.” The script has been written by Matthew McGuchan.
The cast includes a crop of upcoming young British actors including David Oakes (Pillars of the Earth), Jennie Jacques (Cherry Tree Lane), Liam Boyle (Awaydays), Jack Gordon (Fish Tank) and Alexander Vlahos (The Indian Doctor).
Currently in post-production for delivery this summer, the project is being produced by Shadow Of The Vampire producer Richard Johns and Rupert Jermyn through their Corona Pictures production company.
The pair described the film as “one of the sharpest, snappiest psycho thriller projects we’ve ever seen.”
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