NEW YORK, NY – JUNE 17: Isabelle Fuhrman attends “The 24 Hour Musicals” at Irene Diamond Stage, Pershing Square Signature Center on June 17, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Jenny Anderson / Getty Images)
One of the most intriguing horror films on the horizon is prequel Orphan: first murder, if only from a completely technical point of view.
Although it takes place before the events of a first installment released in 2009, Isabelle Fuhrmann, 24, will reprise the role of Esther, despite having played a 9-year-old girl more than ten years ago. The star teased that First murder will make film history the way it gets him to play the part again, but the burgeoning talent has just signed on to headline his first action-packed adventure.
Depending on the deadline, Fuhrman will lead the cast of Sheroes, which is written and directed by spring breakers producer Jordan Gertner. The plot follows four close friends who travel halfway around the world on the trip of a lifetime, only to find themselves increasingly overwhelmed.
Furhrman will star in the ensemble as aspiring actress Ezra, with the center quartet complemented by Batwomanon Wallis day, The man in the white vanis Skai Jackson, and Valérian and the City of a Thousand Planets‘Sacha Luss. Words such as “chaos” and “chaos” have been used to describe the battle for survival in the heart of Sheroes, which looks like a fun genre flick.