Pete Davidson is making headlines but once more—- however not for his BDE or Kardashian romance.
Now, the “Saturday Night Live” star is slated to act in a brand new horror-thriller film, “The Home.”
The movie, directed by James DeMonaco of “The Purge,” can be produced by Miramax’s Bill Block and Sébastien Okay. Lemercier. (DeMonaco and Adam Canto are the flick’s screenwriters.) Like Davidson, the filmmaker proudly hails from Staten Island.
“We’re excited to be backing DeMonaco’s brilliant vision,” Block told Deadline. “James’ ‘The Purge’ horror franchise has grossed over $450 million at the worldwide box office. With his masterful storytelling abilities and Pete’s versatility as an actor, this film will put audiences everywhere on the edge of their seats.”
The flick will comply with Max, performed by Davidson, who works at a retirement residence full of residents and caretakers who’re hiding quite a lot of skeletons in their closets. Max, described as “troubled,” snoops by means of the forbidden fourth flooring of the ability, uncovering secrets and techniques of his personal previous, together with his childhood in foster care.
Production on “The Home” is meant to start this month, in accordance to Deadline, and would be the latest horror movie for Miramax, becoming a member of the corporate’s slew of spine-tingling films together with “Scream” and “Dracula.”
But this isn’t Davidson’s first stint at appearing.
In addition to his sketches on “SNL” — the place he’s amongst the youngest forged members at 28 years outdated — he started starring in movies two years in the past, starting with Judd Apatow’s “The King of Staten Island” and, later, Hulu’s “Big Time Adolescence.”