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Asa Butterfield and Natalia Dyer to Star in Horror Film ‘All Fun and Games’ for AGBO

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“Sex Education” star Asa Butterfield and “Stranger Things” actress Natalia Dyer will star together in “All Fun and Games,” a high concept horror thriller produced by the Russo Brothers’ AGBO and producer and financier Anton.

Ari Costa, who worked on both “Extraction” and “Avengers: Endgame,” will co-direct “All Fun and Games” with Eren Celeboglu in their directorial debut.

The two co-wrote the script based on an original spec script from JJ Braider that AGBO acquired in an auction. Perhaps capitalizing on the success of “Squid Game,” “All Fun and Games” follows a group of siblings who find themselves embedded in a series of kids’ games with a demonic twist, games such as Flashlight Tag, Hangman, Simon Says and more, and how sometimes kids can take those games too far.

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