Netflix’s upcoming thriller, “House of Cashes,” will get a new adaptation from writer/director Scott Derrickson and producer Chris McCumber.
“House Of Cards” is set to debut on Netflix on July 1, 2019, with a new season of the hit series scheduled to debut in late 2019.
Netflix has not yet confirmed if the upcoming movie will be the next installment of the Netflix series, which is a spinoff of the critically acclaimed Netflix series “House.”
The new adaptation, based on Derricksons own short story, “Turtles All the Way Down,” will be directed by Christopher McQuarrie, and will feature Kevin Spacey and Mark Duplass.
The movie is a remake of the 1984 novel “House” by Scott Adams.
The book is an adaptation of the Stephen King novella “It,” which was originally published in the 1980s.
It is set in an alternate universe where the world of the original book is destroyed by the forces of evil.
“Turtle All the Time Down” tells the story of the adventures of four young men who discover a mystical turtle in a dark, lonely corner of a New Jersey park and discover that they are the turtles who can save the world.
It stars Kevin Spaceay, David Oyelowo, Michael Cera, James McAvoy, Patrick Wilson, and Emily Bett Rickards.
The cast also includes Tilda Swinton, David Harbour, Ed O’Neill, and Jai Courtney.
The film is a joint production between Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures.
Derricksson has previously written the short story “Catch Me if You Can” and penned the script for “House,” which has been adapted into a live-action movie.
He is a frequent collaborator of “House”‘s writer-director Chris McQuarty.