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Jim Mickle’s ‘The Shadow of the Moon’ Adds Cleopatra Coleman and Bokeem Woodbine

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It was recently announced that “Dexter’s” Michael C. Hall has joined Netflix’s genre-bending thriller In the Shadow of the Moon, which has also just added Cleopatra Coleman (pictured below in Fear Clinic) and Bokeem Woodbine (pictured in Riddick, Spider-Man: Homecoming) to the cast.

They will join Logan and The Predator star Boyd Holbrook in the film about an unexplained murder investigation over several decades.

“Holbrook will star as a detective who becomes obsessed with a series of murders that seem beyond explanation.”

Stakeland and We Are What We Are‘s Jim Mickle is directing the movie from a script by Gregory Weidman and Geoff Tock.

The film is expected to begin shooting later this year.

“Gregory and Geoff’s script is such a great mind bender and beautifully weaves together all my favorite genres,” Mickle said when originally announced. “Boyd is going to eat this role alive and show why he’s one of the best young actors working today. We’re lucky to have an incredibly talented producing team and a home like Netflix that’s excited to take chances. Any studio that makes ‘Okja’ has a permanent place in my heart.”

Mickle will produce along with Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Rian Cahill for Automatik, Ben Pugh for 42, and Linda Moran. Deadline first reported the news.

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