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Eliza Scanlen, Dylan O’Brien and Talks to Star in Upcoming Drama Vanishings

Dylan O’Brien and Eliza Scanlen are in talks to star in the upcoming film Disappears, according to a report from Discussing movies.

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The film, directed by the duo Celine Held and Logan George, is produced by M. Night Shyamalan. Plot details about the film are not available yet, but it is reported that the film will be a bit of an ensemble drama. The film also marks the first time that Blinding Edge Pictures, Shyamalan’s production banner, has been producing since Sekhar Kapur’s 2002 film The four feathers who will not have Shyamalan attached as a director.

O’Brien quickly rocketed into stardom after his roles in Maze Runner film, but took a break from acting after the last film in the franchise, Maze Runner: The Death Cure. Since then, O’Brien has starred in Love and monsters, Looking back, and Infinite, but is now said to be filming several projects and has just wrapped up the production The outfit.

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Eliza Scanlen is no stranger to working with Shyamalan, who has just starred in her latest film Old, where she played the older version of Kara. Scanlen has also had a pretty big career for such a young actress, after starring in the HBO series Sharp objects, Babyteeth, Greta Gerwig’s Little women, and The devil all the time. She is currently filming The first lady, a film in which she will portray Eleanor Roosevelt in a film focusing on America’s First Ladies.

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