Yellowstone Star Kelsey Asbille Lands Next Lead Movie Role

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Yellowstone's Kelsey Asbille will feature in upcoming horror Don't Move, produced by Evil Dead's Sam Raimi.

The actress, also seen in anthology series Fargo, will star opposite Finn Wittrock, seen in American Horror Story and Ratched, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Directed by Adam Schindler and Brian Netto, the movie follows a woman dealing with grief, who's attacked by a serial killer.

The serial killer injects her with a paralysing agent leaving her with a limited time before her body shuts down – meaning that she has to fight back to stay alive.

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"We are beyond thrilled to make this absolute white-knuckle ride of a film with talents such as Kelsey and Finn," the filmmaking duo said in a statement.

"On top of that, we get to team with the teams at Raimi, Capstone and Hammerstone – companies operating at the top of the genre game. We could not be more excited to get to work."

Raimi's company Raimi Productions is producing Don't Move off the back of the success of Evil Dead Rise, the latest chapter in the deadly franchise that proved to be a box office hit.

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Don't Move will be a co-production with Christian Mercuri's Capstone Studios and Alex Lebovici's Hammerstone Studios, with the latter being behind last year's holiday rental horror Barbarian.

"The fiercely talented Kelsey and Finn have taken starring turns in some of the most beloved suspense-driven projects currently in the market, making the perfect pair to bring this visceral, pulse-racing story to life," Lebovici said of the upcoming project.

Don't Move is due to start filming in Europe next month.

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