Oscar-nominated Minari actor Steven Yeun has boarded the cast of critically-acclaimed filmmaker Jordan Peele's yet-untitled thriller movie. The cast also features actors Keke Palmer and Daniel Kaluuya. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Peele is writing, directing and producing the Universal Pictures project. Armie Hammer Loses Yet Another Project Following Sexual Assault Allegations, Gets Replaced by Dan Stevens in Starz’s Gaslit.
The filmmaker will produce via his Monkeypaw Productions alongside Ian Cooper. The project is part of the the banner's five-year output deal with Universal. The movie will be Peele's third collaboration with the studio following his directorial debut "Get Out" and thriller "Us". It is scheduled to be released on July 22, 2022. To All The Boys Spinoff Series Starring Anna Cathcart as Kitty in Works at Netflix.
Senior vice president of production Sara Scott and creative executive Tony Ducret will oversee the project on behalf of Universal.
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