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The Flash entertainer lands job Fast and Furious star new film

Robbie Amell, most popular for his job in The Flash, will join Fast and Furious star Jordana Brewster in another film, Deadline has announced.

The new spine chiller, named Hello Stranger, started recording in Canada this week and will likewise star Alicia Sanz and Sam Worthington.

Brewster stars as Faye, a lady who endeavors to supplant her as of late perished spouse Evan with an android named a SIM.

SIM Evan seems something similar however Faye doesn’t feel the manner in which she did with her human spouse, constraining the SIM to prevail upon her while avoiding an administration specialist who accepts he is a danger to humanity as he pursues down SIMs who have become ‘cognizant’.

Upload and The Flash star Robbie Amell lands new film job

It is indistinct at this point who Amell and Sanz will play in the new film, however they will be joined by Emmanuel Kabongo as Joshua Vienna Hehir as Yui Patricks Stevenson as Agent Norfalk and Tremaine Nelson.

Amell is most popular for his jobs as Stephen Jameson as The Tomorrow People, Connor Reed in Code 8, Kevin in A Series of Unfortunate Events, Chris Redfield in Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City and Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm in The Flash.

He likewise stars as Nathan Brown in the Amazon series Upload, the second period of which will be delivered one month from now.

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Sanz has showed up in Netflix’s From Dusk Til Dawn as Paloma Gutierrez, The Legend of El Cid from Amazon Studios as Urraca, Alexa Medina in the Netflix film RealityHigh and Young Sofia in Now and afterward at AppleTV.

Hi Stranger will be coordinated by April Mullen, with a content composed by Ryan Christopher Churchill.

The film is being created by Tim Doiron and James van der Woerd, both of whom worked with Mullen on Wander, in relationship with their creation organization Wango Films.