Tony Todd (Candyman, Final Destination, Bitch Ass) and Lydia Hearst (Z Nation, Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero) have both joined the cast of Werewolf Game, an upcoming horror mystery from directors Jackie Payne and Cara Brennan, reports Deadline.

Werewolf Game is based on the party game of social deduction invented by Dimitry Davidoff in 1986. In the film, twelve strangers are kidnapped by a social media company and forced to play a game where they vote on who amongst them to murder.”

Bai Ling (Red Corner), Teala Dunn (Are We There Yet?), and Robert Picardo (Star Trek: Voyager, Inner Space) also star.

“My roots as an actor are grounded in theater, which is why my iconic character in Werewolf Game strongly appeals to me, much like Immortal (2020), my first collaboration with Margolies,” said Tony Todd.

The film is said to introduce an iconic new villain for Todd by “drawing on the raw intensity of anime and the chilling atmosphere of retro horror.”

Adds the site: “This genre-bending thriller is crafted to be PG-13 to enrapture teen and adult audiences alike.”

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