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Posted by: Yakub Oloyede
« on: February 15, 2018, 01:22:37 AM »

"Everybody knows everybody in Huntsville" starts the abstract of "Josie," the new spine chiller featuring Sophie Turner. That, obviously, isn't valid for the main character who strangely touches base nearby. "The past never passes on" cautions the trailer, proposing the dim things ahead.

Turner, known for playing Sansa Stark in "Session of Thrones," has had a bustling most recent few years. Outside of the HBO demonstrate she is returning as Jean Gray in the forthcoming "X-Men: Dark Phoenix." However, "Josie" speaks to a takeoff for Turner, as she goes light and games unmistakable tattoos, including a wolf and a rose. Here is the outline for Josie:

Everybody knows everybody in Huntsville. So when inked, cajoling Josie (Sophie Turner) swaggers into town, heads turn. Hitting up associations with youthful punk Gator and introvert Hank (Dylan McDermott), she rapidly turns into a hotly debated issue of neighborhood chatter. Be that as it may, her actual aims for appearing in this little, southern group are much more vile as her dim past becomes visible.

"Josie" depends on the 2004 Black List content "Huntsville" by Anthony Ragone II and coordinated by Eric England ("Get the Girl"). This isn't the main emphasis of Josie, either. Per The Hollywood Reporter, the film was initially set to star Shea Whigham ("Boardwalk Empire") and Anya-Taylor Jones ("The Witch"), however clearly that emphasis never happened.

Joining Turner and McDermott in "Josie" are Jack Kilmer and Robin Bartlett. The film is getting a day-and-date dramatic and on request discharge March sixteenth.