Netflix and Andy Serkis’ Imaginarium reunite for No One Gets Out Alive
Staff Reporter | On 14, Sep 2020Reading time: 1 mins
Netflix and Andry Serkies’ Imaginarium are reuniting for No One Gets Out Alive.
The horror movie, based on Adam Nevill’s 2014 novel, follows an immigrant who is forced to take a room in a boarding house, but finds herself in a nightmare she can’t escape.
Cash-strapped, working for agencies and living in shared accommodation, Stephanie Booth feels she can fall no further. So when she takes a new room at the right price, she believes her luck has finally turned. But 82 Edgware Road is not what it appears to be. It’s not only the eerie atmosphere of the vast, neglected house, or the disturbing attitude of her new landlord, Knacker McGuire, that makes her uneasy – it’s the whispers behind the fireplace, the scratching beneath floors, the footsteps in the dark, and the young women weeping in neighbouring rooms.
But this is merely a beginning, a gateway to horrors beyond Stephanie’s worst nightmares. And in a house where no one listens to the screams, will she ever get out alive?
The film will star Cristina Rodlo (Miss Bala) and Marc Menchaca (The Outsider). It marks a reunion for Serkis’ Imaginarium Productions and Netflix, after their previously worked on Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle and another Nevill adaptation, The Ritual. The pair also have an adaptation of Animal Farm in the pipeline.
Jonathan Cavendish and Will Tennant will produce for Imaginarium, with Andy Serkis, David Bruckner, Phil Robertson, and Adam Nevill on board as executive producers. The script is written by Jon Croker and Fernanda Coppel and Santiago Menghini will make his feature directing debut at the helm.