Apartment 7A: Marli Siu stars in recently wrapped Platinum Dunes thriller with Julia Garner


Apartment 7A, a psychological thriller that Relic (watch it HERE) director Natalie Erika James is helming for Paramount Players and A Quiet Place collaborators Platinum Dunes and John Krasinski, is a project we’ve been trying to keep a close eye on – despite the fact that everyone involved is doing their best to keep it shrouded in secrecy. Screen Daily has an update to report on it: Apartment 7A has officially wrapped production, and the cast includes Marli Siu of Alex Rider and Everything I Know About Love.

The only other cast members that have been announced are Julia Garner of Ozark and Inventing Anna and Dianne Wiest of The Lost Boys and Bullets Over Broadway.

Apartment 7A started out with an original screenplay written by Skylar James. Natalie Erika James and Christian White, who wrote the script for her feature debut Relic with her, have performed their own rewrite of the script since coming on board last year. Skylar James was a writer on the comedic Netflix series The Green Beret’s Guide to the Apocalypse, which was executive produced by Matt Damon and has never been released despite wrapping production in 2018.

Krasinski is producing Apartment 7A with Allyson Seeger through their company Sunday Night Productions, while Michael Bay, Andrew Form, and Brad Fuller are producing through Platinum Dunes. Alexa Ginsburg is overseeing the project for Sunday Night Productions, while Alex Ginno is doing the same for Platinum Dunes.

Siu’s other credits include Dixi, Run, Our Ladies, and The Irregulars. She was also in the zombie outbreak musical Anna and the Apocalypse, a movie that I love to watch around Christmastime. I’m always glad to see actors from Anna and the Apocalypse getting more work, so I’m happy to hear the news that Siu is in Apartment 7A.

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Marli Siu Anna and the Apocalypse

Source: Screen Daily

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