Kevin Bacon has joined the cast of John Logan’s new Blumhouse horror film.
According to Deadline, the film will be a LGBTQIA+ empowerment story, set within the confines of a conversion camp.
Bacon, who is starring alongside Theo Germaine, will also executive produce the feature. Further details on the yet-untitled film are being kept under wraps.
Thrilled to be joining this incredible project with @TheoGermaine @blumhouse https://t.co/hsw7VucpgH
— Kevin Bacon (@kevinbacon) September 22, 2021
The feature will mark Logan’s directorial debut after a long writing career. He has previously penned the scripts of films including Gladiator, The Aviator, Hugo and Skyfall.
Bacon made his acting debut in 1978 with National Lampoon’s Animal House. His big break came in 1982, after featuring in Barry Levinson’s Diner. He has since featured in the likes of Footloose, Mystic River, X-Men First Class and The Following.
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