'The Final Girl Support Group', book of Grady Hendrix accompanying a support group for survivors of massacres that inspired many horror movies, will win one series No. HBO Max. The production is under the responsibility of the actress Charlize Theron ('Mad Max: Road to Fury') and the brothers Barbara e Andy Muschietti ('It: The Thing').
Andy will direct the pilot episode, while Theron, AJ Dix, Beth Kono and Andrew Haas will executive produce through Denver & Delilah Films, studio of Oscar winner by 'Monster: Killing Desire' (2003).
Brothers Muschietti and Irene Yeung will play the same role for the Double Dream. Adam Goldworm will join forces as one of the producers for Aperture Entertainment, while the author of the work best sellers will also be on the team, but as executive producer.
A streaming series tells the story of a therapy group formed by final girls, the name given to the six women survivors of the murders and massacres that inspired the horror films slasher from the 1980s and 1990s, such as 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre','Halloween' and more.
Amid a culture that romanticizes traumas, production victims need to overcome them while dealing with some degree of fame and notoriety that comes with the repercussion of cases, according to the website Deadline – who broke the news with exclusivity.
The series of 'The Final Girl Support Group' (“Final Girls Support Group”, in literal translation) has no release date set yet.
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