Apple Original Films set up the new movie Echo Valley from a script of Easttown Mare creator Brad Ingelsby with Sydney Sweeney And Julianne Moore attached to the star. Hailing from Apple Studios and produced by Scott Free Films and The Walsh Company, the film will be directed by Michael Pearce.

The pic will feature Moore as ‘Kate Garrett’, who is reeling from a personal tragedy and spends her days boarding and training horses at Echo Valley Farm, twenty-two secluded and scenic southern acres -eastern Pennsylvania. Late one night, his temperamental daughter, “Claire” (played by Sweeney), arrives at his door, scared, shaking, and covered in someone else’s blood. From this simple premise, Echo Valley becomes a heart-pounding thriller about how far a mother will go to save her child.

The pic will be produced by Ridley Scott of Scott Free and Michael Pruss, Ingelsby, and Kevin Walsh will produce for The Walsh Company as part of its multi-year Apple TV+ production 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 Black Bicycle Entertainment. Tanja Tawadjoh will co-produce.

The film marks Ingelsby’s fourth collaboration with Scott Free after Out of the oven (2013), American woman (2015), and more recently Our friend (2019). It also marks the third collaboration for Walsh and Ingelsby, who previously collaborated on American woman And Our friend.

Moore is represented by WME and Management 360, Edelstein, Laird & Sobel, Sweeney is represented by Paradigm and Hansen, Jacobsen, Teller, Pearce is represented by WME, Independent Talent Group, Ingelsby is represented by CAA, LBI Entertainment, McKuin Frankel Whitehead LLP , Walsh is represented by Gregory Slewett at Johnson Shapiro Slewett & Kole.

Variety first broke the news of the project.


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