Florence Pugh to star in Skarsgard psychological thriller 'The Pack'

The cameras are expected to roll in March next year, reports Deadline'. The film 'The Pack ' follows a group of documentarians who brave the remote wilderness of Alaska in an effort to save a nearly extinct species of wolves. When the crew is brought back together at a prestigious awards ceremony, tensions flare as a deadly truth threatens to unravel their work.

Midsommar star Florence Pugh is all set to headline the psychological thriller  The Pack with Swedish actor-director Alexander Skarsgard of  Big Little Lies fame directing and co-starring in the film.

It is being billed as one of the hottest packages at next week's American Film Market.

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The cameras are expected to roll in March next year, reports  Deadline'. The film follows a group of documentarians who brave the remote wilderness of Alaska in an effort to save a nearly extinct species of wolves.

When the crew is brought back together at a prestigious awards ceremony, tensions flare as a deadly truth threatens to unravel their work.

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According to  Deadline', Jennifer Fox will produce the original script written by Rose Gilroy. The project has echoes of Fox-produced thriller 'Nightcrawler'.

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Director Skarsgard is a Golden Globe and Emmy winner for 'Big Little Lies'. His credits include  The Northmen', in which he starred and produced;  The Legend of Tarzan',  The Little Drummer Girl' and the upcoming  Lee', opposite Kate Winslet.

He is also set to reprise his Emmy-nominated role in  Succession' in the fourth season of the series.

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Florence Pugh, who was in the news during the Venice Film Festival because of her feud with 'Don't Worry Darling' co-stars Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde, also has  Dune: Part Two' in the pipeline.

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