Jacob Tremblay, Martin Freeman to star in ‘Queen of Bones’

The makers of Queen of Bones confirmed some of the cast members of Queen of Bones. Produced by Appian Way, Lumanity Production and Productivity, the folk horror film, Queen of Bones announced the arrival of Julia Butters famous as Fabelmans, Jacob Tramblay famous as Room, Martin Freeman famous as Fargo and Taylor Schilling famous as Pam & Tommy in the upcoming series. 


“Queen of Bones” is Tremblay’s folk horror drama in the works. The storyline of the series follows the lives of twin siblings Lily (Butters) and Sam (Tremblay) who inhabit an isolated homestead with their widowed father, Malcolm (Freeman), a violin maker in 1931 Oregon. 


One day Lily and Sam encounter an Icelandic spell book in the cellar, and they start to believe that there must be a relationship between their mother’s demise and dark forces in the forests. Both the sisters decide to undertake a risky mission to force their father and his friend, Ida May (Schilling), to disclose the truth. 


Queen of Bones in the film is set in 1931 Oregon, as Deadline recently announced but they didn’t specify where. The makers didn’t reveal much about the story and plot but there are a lot of various aspects of potentially alarming forests in this province. Burger, screenwriter of the play did a fantastic job and no doubt knows of what he writes; his previous feature, co-written with director Henry Weintraub, was the indie The Darkest Corner of Paradise—which was made in Eugene. 


Queen of Bones is the upcoming venture to reteam Budreau with Productivity Media, commemorating their struggle on titles such as Delia’s Gone, Stockholm and Born to Be Blue. 


The producers of the show encompass Appian Way’s Jennifer Davisson and Michael Hampton, Budreau with Lumanity Productions, and Productivity Media’s William G. Santor (Four Good Days), Doug Murray (Unplugging) and Ryan Reaney (The Immaculate Room, Stockholm).


With a post expressing a thoughtful remark Budreau stated “I am thrilled to be working with such a stellar cast to bring this amazing Depression-era folk horror script to life,” “And I’m equally excited to be collaborating with Appian Way and my past partners at Productivity Media.”


While santor added “We are so happy to be back in business with Robert as a director on another film for Productivity Media.” “He has a great creative voice, and we are thrilled to be on this journey with him and our award-winning and collaborative partners at Appian Way.”


As of now, the official release date of the series Queens of Bones has not been officially announced by the makers. However, it is predicted that the series would probably hit the screen in 2023. 


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