Domhnall Gleeson has joined the cast of Apple Original Films’ Echo Valley, alongside Sydney Sweeney and Julianne Moore.
The film follows, Kate Garretson (Moore), who spends her days boarding and training horses at Echo Valley Farm, 22 secluded, picturesque acres in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Late one night, her wayward daughter Claire (Sweeney) arrives at her doorstep, frightened, trembling, and covered in someone else’s blood. From that simple premise, Echo Valley becomes a heart-pounding thriller about just how far a mother will go to save her child.
The film is directed by BAFTA Award winner Michael Pearce from a screenplay by Brad Ingelsby. In the film, Gleeson plays the role of a local criminal who forces himself into Kate’s life, disrupting her quiet existence with secrets about her family.
Produced by Scott Free’s Ridley Scott and Michael Pruss, Ingelsby, and Kevin Walsh for The Walsh Company under his multi-year Apple TV+ producing deal. Pruss and Ingelsby developed the script together. The film will be executive produced by Scott Greenberg, Scott Free’s Rebecca Feuer, and Nicole Jordan-Webber. Erika Olde and Sam Roseme will also serve as executive producers through their company, Black Bicycle Entertainment. Tanja Tawadjoh will co-produce the film.
Gleeson is best known for the “Harry Potter” film series, where he played Bill Weasley, “Ex Machina”, “The Revenant”, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, “Goodbye Christopher Robin”, “Peter Rabbit”, “Crash Pad”, and “The Little Stranger.” He will next star in the HBO series White House Plumbers, where he plays John Dean. The series premieres on HBO on May 1, 2023.
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