Julia Garner set to star in upcoming Blumhouse horror flick Wolf Man alongside former co-star Christopher Abbott SuperNayr

Julia Garner is set to take a step into the horror genre by starring in the upcoming Blumhouse and Universal horror flick titled, Wolf Man. 

The Ozark alum, 29 – who recently enjoyed a rare outing with husband Mark Foster – will also join Christopher Abbott on the project, per Deadline. 

The New York-born actress and the Poor Things actor previously worked together on Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011). 

The film – which is slated to hit theaters on October 25, 2024 just in time for Halloween – follows the premise of Garner’s character as a mother ‘whose family is being terrorized by a lethal predator.’

Filmmaker Leigh Whannell is slated to direct Wolf Man, and is known for other projects such as The Invisible Man (2020) and Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015). 

Julia Garner, 29, is set to take a step into the horror genre by starring in the upcoming Blumhouse and Universal horror flick titled, Wolf Man; seen in May 2023 in Cannes

Julia Garner, 29, is set to take a step into the horror genre by starring in the upcoming Blumhouse and Universal horror flick titled, Wolf Man; seen in May 2023 in Cannes 

The film - which is slated to hit theaters on October 25, 2024 just in time for Halloween - follows the premise of Garner's character as a mother 'whose family is being terrorized by a lethal predator'

The film – which is slated to hit theaters on October 25, 2024 just in time for Halloween – follows the premise of Garner’s character as a mother ‘whose family is being terrorized by a lethal predator’

Blumhouse founder, Jason Blum, will be producing and Ryan Gosling – who was originally set to star in the movie – is one of the executive producers. 

The character of the Wolf Man has been shown to audiences in the past, such as The Wolf Man (1941) – which starred Claude Rains, Warren William and also Ralph Bellamy. 

In 2010, a remake of the 1941 version was also released, and included a star-studded cast, such as Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins and Hugo Weaving. 

Julia is known for her role in the Netflix series, Ozark, and her performance as Ruth Langmore garnered her three Emmy Awards as well as one Golden Globe. 

She also took on roles in other projects, such as The Americans and also Netflix’s Inventing Anna, which earned her Best Actress nominations for both an Emmy and a Golden Globe. 

Garner recently opened up to Harper’s Bazaar and discussed how she stays grounded and centered while being in the spotlight. 

‘For me, the most important thing is surrounding myself with good people. You want to be around people that bring out the best in you.’ 

The actress added, ‘I’m very lucky – I have a great family, great friends, a great husband, but even if I’m meeting new friends, I always want to surround myself with grounded and healthy people.’ 

The Ozark alum will also join Christopher Abbott on the project, per Deadline. The pair previously worked together on the 2011 film, Martha Marcy May Marlene; actor seen in September 2022 in Toronto

The Ozark alum will also join Christopher Abbott on the project, per Deadline. The pair previously worked together on the 2011 film, Martha Marcy May Marlene; actor seen in September 2022 in Toronto 

Julia is known for her role in the Netflix series, Ozark, and her performance as Ruth Langmore garnered her three Emmy Awards as well as one Golden Globe; seen in December 2023 in L.A.

Julia is known for her role in the Netflix series, Ozark, and her performance as Ruth Langmore garnered her three Emmy Awards as well as one Golden Globe; seen in December 2023 in L.A.

The beauty continued to the outlet, ‘That grounds me, and gets me out of myself and my crazy profession.’ 

Julia seemingly is fully embracing the horror genre, and will also appear in the upcoming psychological horror film, Apartment 7A. 

Although details on the movie have mainly been kept under wraps, the project from Paramount Pictures is set to be a prequel to the 1968 classic, Rosemary’s Baby. 

Garner has been keeping busy and recently starred in The Royal Hotel, an Australian thriller directed by Kitty Green that was officially released late last year. 

Aside from Julia, other stars that appeared in the movie included Hugo Weaving, Jessica Henwick and also Toby Wallace. 

The premise follows, ‘Backpackers Hanna and Liv take a job in a remote Australian pub for some extra cash and are confronted with a bunch of unruly locals and a situation that rapidly leaps out of their control,’ per IMDB.   

Garner recently opened up to Harper's Bazaar and discussed how she stays grounded and centered while being in the spotlight

Garner recently opened up to Harper’s Bazaar and discussed how she stays grounded and centered while being in the spotlight

Julia is married to the lead singer of the band Foster The People - whom she tied the knot with in 2019; couple seen in November 2023 in L.A.

Julia is married to the lead singer of the band Foster The People – whom she tied the knot with in 2019; couple seen in November 2023 in L.A. 

When she is not busy on sets, Garner spends time with husband, Mark Foster – who is the lead singer of the band, Foster The People. 

The couple first began dating in 2018, and the singer proposed to the actress in May 2019. Later that same year, the lovebirds tied the knot during an intimate courthouse ceremony at NYC’s City Hall. 

Late last month, the pair were seen enjoying a rare outing together in the Big Apple and bundled up to stay warm in the chilly temperatures. 

Shortly before, Julia had notably joined Madonna on stage in Brooklyn during the star’s Celebration Tour.  

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