Mon. Oct 3rd, 2022

New York actress Barbie Ferrera, known for her role as Kat in the series Euphoria, she will be part of the cast of the psychological thriller House of Spoils (Prime Video) that will star the Hispanic Ariana DeBose (West Side Story), the Amazon platform announced on Monday. Ferreira made headlines last week after announcing that she was leaving the famous teen drama Euphoria ahead of its third season. “After four years playing the special and enigmatic character of Kat , I have to say goodbye with teary eyes,” the interpreter wrote on her Instagram profile last Wednesday. Now, when a large part of her followers were still wondering what the reasons were for her departure from Euphoria, it was learned that the directors Bridget Savage Cole Y Danielle Krudy opted for Ferreira for House of Spoils. A suspense film produced by Prime Video and Blumhouse Television that will be the third major film project for Ferreira, after the horror film Nope! (2022) and the HBO Max movie Unpregnant (2020). His new adventure on the big screen, House of Spoils, stars the Hispanic Ariana Debose, who won the Oscar for best supporting performance in the last edition of the Hollywood awards thanks to her role as Anita in the adaptation of the musical West Side Story (2021) made by Steve Spielberg.In House of Spoils, which will begin shooting in the fall, DeBose is set to play an ambitious new chef who opens her first restaurant with great anticipation until the spirit of the restaurant’s previous owner begins to play tricks on her. There are no details about the role that Ferreira will play, the rest of the actors that will participate in the film or its release date. What is known so far is that Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy, who already worked together in Blow the Man Down , are in charge of directing and writing the script for this film, based on an original idea of ‚Äč‚Äčtheir own. Among the film’s producers are Jason Blum (Paranormal Activities) or Lucas Joaquin (Mayday), while the executive production will fall to Chris McCumber Y Jeremy Gold.