Game of Thrones Star Lena Headey to Make Directorial Debut, More Deets Inside

Lena Headey, who we know best for her cinematic masterpieces- ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘300’ is all set to make her feature directorial debut with the psychological thriller ‘Violet’. The upcoming film is going to be based on the successful recent novel by SJI Holliday. The story of the upcoming film will follow the life of two solo female travellers who immediately hit it off and decide to team up for the next leg of their adventure, reports ‘Deadline’. It is also reported that as the journey continues things start to unravel – because neither of the women is who they claim to be.

Producers describe it to us as having elements of ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ and ‘Single White Female’, while publishers have also compared it to ‘Killing Eve’. The book originally was optioned by Dark Alliance Film. Ed Boase and Marcus Stamps from the company are aboard as executive producers. Production is slated to start in October.

Headey wrote and directed the 2019 BAFTA-nominated short film ‘The Trap’ and directed her GoT co-star Maisie Williams in a music video for singer Freya Ridings. The Emmy nominee recently starred in Netflix action-thriller ‘Gunpowder Milkshake’ and upcoming ‘The White House Plumbers’.

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Check out the trailer for Lena Headey’s The Trap

Lena Headey said: “Susi’s Violet is a compulsive page-turner that stayed with me long after I finished the book — it’s exciting that my first feature as a director will be such an intense female thriller. It’s a wild ride to the finish with vast cinematic scope, centring around two very complex women who will completely unravel over the course of the film. I can’t wait to get rolling.”

Phil McKenzie, Goldfinch’s Chief Operating Officer, added: “Goldfinch Entertainment exists to fuel incredible projects and creative leaps – and we’re excited to be supporting the multi-talented Lena Headey’s foray into feature directing with this irresistible and chilling female-fronted thriller. Gareth has deftly selected and adapted an impossible to put down the book into a riveting exploration of a casual friendship that goes deeply awry – and we can’t wait to see it come to life on screen.”

You can watch Lena Headey in HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ now streaming on HBO Max and Disney+ Hotstar.

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