Megan Fox (Till Death, Transformers, New Girl) and Michele Morrone (365 Days) will star in the new sci-fi thriller Subservience from Millennium Media. Fox will rejoin her Till Death director, S.K. Dale, with a screenplay written by Will Honley (Escape Room: Tournament of Champions) and April Maguire (Lost Girls). Production will start filming at the Bulgarian Nu Boyana Studio on January 7th.
Subservience is about a struggling father (Morrone) who purchases a domestic SIM (Fox) to help care for his house and family until she gains awareness and turns deadly.
“This film will show a side of Megan that we have never seen before. The cast that we are assembling will elevate this emotionally-charged story and I cannot wait to show you all what we have in store,” said S.K. Dale.
Megan Fox’s recent releases include Big Gold Brick starring Andy Garcia, Lucy Hale, and Oscar Isaac and Good Mourning starring Colson Baker and Dove Cameron. Her upcoming projects include Naya Legend of the Golden Dolphin with Elliot Page, Gerard Butler, and Kate Winslet and Millennium Media’s The Expendables 4 with Jason Statham and Sylvester Stallone.
Michele Morrone is known for his starring role in Netflix’s Global franchise blockbuster 365 Days which he starred opposite Anna-Maria Sieklucka, MGM’s Duetto, and Netflix’s The Trial.
Millennium Media has recently wrapped production on their highly anticipated comic book adaptation Red Sonja starring Matilda Lutz, Wallis Day, and Robert Sheehan. Millennium Media has also just kicked off production with Dirty Angels starring Eva Green, Ruby Rose, and Maria Bakalova in Greece. Their upcoming slate for 2023 includes the horror film The Offering, The Bricklayer with Aaron Eckhart and Nina Dobrev, The Piper with Charlotte Hope and Julian Sands, and the 4th installment of The Expendables franchise.