Tuppence Middleton (pictured above; Trance, Jupiter Ascending) will star in Intrusion, per The Wrap. The thriller will be directed by David Bruckner from a script by writer L.D. Goffigan.
“A young woman’s life begins to unravel shortly after moving to San Francisco, when she realizes she’s being pursued by a disturbed stalker. As the assaults and creepy incidents escalate she realizes that she has become the target of something far more sinister and horrifying.”
Bruckner helmed the segment “Amateur Night” (clip below) from the anthology pic V/H/S, as well as a portion of Magnolia’s classic The Signal. Pic will shoot later this year. Quadrant Pictures’ Doug Davison will produce the project with Tariq Jalil, Lava Bear, and QED’s Bill Block. QED’s John Hegeman will executive produce.
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