First Look at It and Hunger Games Stars in New Stephen King Movie

Stephen King fans, rejoice, because now we have a first look at It’s Y knives out actor Jaeden Martell and The Hunger Games star Donald Sutherland in new Stephen King movie Mr. Harrigan’s Phone.

In the film’s synopsis, teenage Craig (played by Jaeden Martell) unexpectedly befriends reclusive billionaire Mr. Harrigan (played by Donald Sutherland).

“However, when Mr. Harrigan passes away, the bond between the two unlikely friends takes a supernatural turn when Craig discovers that he can communicate with the deceased through his old iPhone,” the synopsis continues.

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The film is an adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of the same name, which was in last year’s collection. if it bleeds – and is headed by american horror story the brain Ryan Murphy.

Mr. Harrigan’s Phone is being directed by John Lee Hancock, and Netflix has released a ton of new set footage and behind-the-scenes photos of the cast and crew in action.

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Meanwhile, in the world of The Hunger GamesViola Davis has joined the cast of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Serpents.

The ever iconic actress will play the role of the villainous Dr. Volumnia Gaul.

“The The Hunger Games Movies have always been noted for their exceptional cast, and we’re thrilled to continue that tradition with Viola Davis as Volumnia Gaul,” said Nathan Kahane, president of Lionsgate’s motion picture group.

“His formidable and powerful presence will add layers of complexity and menace to this story.”

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“Dr. Gaul is as cruel as she is creative and as fearsome as she is formidable. Snow’s intelligence as a political operator is developed in large part from her experiences with her as the most important figure in the games,” he said of her character.

Mr. Harrigan’s Phone is scheduled to premiere on Netflix in 2022.

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