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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

‘An Intrusion’ in Suburbia Invaded by ‘The Lords of the Rings’ Star Billy Boyd

Jaime Zevallos (The Summoning) and The Lords of the RingsBilly Boyd, who also voiced Glen/da in Seed of Chucky, have both joined An Intrusion, a home invasion thriller that is currently shooting in Michigan, reports Deadline.

The pic follows an upper class suburban family who find themselves as the victims of repeated cases of vandalism and stalkings.

The duo join previously announced Sam Logan Khaleghi (Batman v Superman), Keir Gilchrist (It Follows) and Scout Taylor-Compton (Rob Zombie’s Halloween).

Nicholas David Holland is directing and producing through Michigan-based Diamond Dead Media alongside Logan Khaleghi under his SLK Media Group banner.

Adds the site: The team have COVID safety protocols in place, including having medical staff on set.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3627981/intrusion-suburbia-invaded-lords-rings-star-billy-boyd/

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