Following the success of The Invisible Man, Elisabeth Moss is reteaming with Blumhouse for another project – more details here.
2020 has already witnessed one impressive collaboration between Elisabeth Moss and production company Blumhouse earlier this year in the form of psychological thriller, The Invisble Man. Now, Moss’ next project will see her own production company, Love and Squalor pictures, working with Blumhouse to produce another psychological drama, entitled Mrs. March, Deadline has reported.
Moss will play the title character and the film will mark the debut feature for her production company.
The story itself centres around a wife, living in New York, who seems to have it all, until she begins to suspect that the reprehensible central character in her husband’s latest bestseller is based upon her. It sounds like the kind of role Moss is used to doing great things with, and psychological thrillers just happen to be a Blumhouse speciality too.
Whilst it’s too soon for casting or release details, Moss has said in the past that she wouldn’t accept any more feature roles until she’d completed the exhaustive and demanding duties on her TV show, The Handmaid’s Tale. However, that hasn’t stopped her from since making appearances in upcoming films such as Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch and Take Waititi’s Next Goal Wins.
Whenever this gets off the ground, it’s terrific to see Moss taking greater control of her projects and developing her collaboration with Blumhouse. More news on this one as we have it.
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