Leigh Whannell, the actor-turned-writer who co-created the Saw and Insidious horror franchises, has joined the cast of Home Invasion, a thriller being made by Voltage Pictures and Zinc Entertainment, a division of Silver Pictures, reports THR.
Chandler Riggs, Bella Thorne, Ioan Grufudd and Natalie Martinez are playing a family imprisoned in their own home by intruders, who play a life-and-death game with mysterious rules that become clear as the night unfolds.
Much of Whannell’s role is being kept under wraps, although the character has been described as a mysterious guest who arrives at the family’s home.
Commercials director Sean Carter is directing the thriller, which has a script by Joseph Dembner.
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