Anya Taylor-Joy is reuniting with her frequent collaborator Robert Eggers on a remake of vampire dread movie Nosferatu.
The Queen’s Gambit actress landed her first movie purpose in Eggers’ 2015 characteristic directorial debut The Witch and they now not too long within the past completed working together on his third movie, The Northman, a Viking story also starring Alexander Skarsgard and Nicole Kidman.
In a brand contemporary profile interview with The Los Angeles Cases, it turned into as soon as published that they’re teaming up for a third time on his long-gestating remake of the 1922 restful dread, which turned into as soon as loosely tailored from Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
The movie has been in pattern for now not decrease than six years, as Eggers first introduced he turned into as soon as engaged on the project in 2015 after The Witch’s premiere at the Sundance Film Competition. Nonetheless, he went on to manufacture The Lighthouse, starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, and The Northman as a substitute.
It has now not been published who Taylor-Joy will play within the dread, or who else could be becoming a member of the forged.
In keeping with the profile, the remake is a protracted while off from origin production as the actress is booked proper for the next two-and-a-half of years and Nosferatu appears scheduled to reach last. She’s going to soon open filming the dark comedy The Menu, before starring as Furiosa in George Miller’s Inflamed Max: Fury Avenue accelerate-off and reuniting with The Queen’s Gambit’s Scott Frank for the thriller Laughter within the Darkish.
“All my pals are continuously care for, ‘What are you doing?!? Steal… a… destroy,'” Taylor-Joy talked about. “Nonetheless the roles are too honest. I would now not be in a location to deal with it if I didn’t allege yes. I would now not cope. I would reasonably excellent lunge for it and enact my fully.”
Moreover The Northman, Taylor-Joy’s completed projects embody Edgar Wright’s dread, Closing Night in Soho, and David O. Russell’s star-studded untitled movie.