Insidious' Stefanie Scott Among Four Cast in Edoardo Vitaletti’s The Last Thing Mary Saw
This up-and-coming filmmaker makes his directorial debut with this mythological horror movie.
By Jay Gervais
Four stars have been announced for Edoardo Vitaletti’s The Last Thing Mary Saw and those names are Stefanie Scott (Insidious: Chapter 3), Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan), Judith Roberts (You Were Never Really Here), and Rory Culkin (Lords of Chaos), according to Deadline. This mythological horror film will mark the filmmaker’s feature-length directorial debut.
The Last Thing Mary Saw is a period piece set in 1843 and follows the youngest daughter of a strict religious family who finds herself detained after discovering her ominously-matriarchal grandmother dead. No other details regarding the plot are known at this time.
You might be familiar with some of these stars already, with Scott starring in the upcoming Hell House by Andrew Gori and Culkin appearing in M. Night Shyamalan’s Signs. As for Roberts, she is is an industry veteran who has been seen in films since the ‘70s such as Dead Silence, Eraserhead, also appearing on television in Orange is the New Black. In addition to Orphan, Fuhrman’s other notable roles include The Hunger Games and lending her voice in Gorô Miyazaki’s From Up on Poppy Hill.
Producers on the film include Aimee Schoof and Isen Robbins (Run) along with Harrison Allen and Madeleine Schumacher (Tub) and Stephen Tedeschi. The film is set to begin filming this month in New York. Follow Dead Entertainment for all the latest news and updates on this film and so much more!
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