A first look at The boys starring Erin Moriarty’s new film Catching dust has been revealed, as well as a UK premiere date.
The new film was announced last year and sees the actress play Geena, a woman who hides out in a trailer in a community because her criminal husband Clyde (Jai Courtney) tells her to.
Gina is desperate to join the outside world, though when she decides to leave, a couple from New York named Amaya (Dina Shihabi) and Andy (Ryan Corr) arrive. She convinces Clyde to let them stay, leading to dangerous consequences.
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A first look at the film was also released, showing Moriarty and Courtney in character within the trailer.
The film is directed by Stuart Gatt, with producer Jon Katz having previously expressed enthusiasm for the project.
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“I’m so proud to be part of the team bringing Stuart Gatt’s unique vision to the screen and we’re thrilled to be working with this wonderful cast,” he said.
“Catching dust it was one of the most exciting scripts I had come across and the quality of the actors involved in Stuart’s first feature film is a testament to that.”
Moriarty is currently gearing up for release The boys season 4, and the actress recently teased that the new episodes will go “deep” with the characters.
Catching dust will premiere at the Raindance Film Festival in London on October 28. The boys Seasons 1-3 are streaming Prime Video. Season 4 is in production.
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