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Pedro Pascal and Jay Ellis join Freaky Tales- Cinema express

Pedro Pascal and Jay Ellis join Freaky Tales

Freaky Tales is in its early stages of production.

Published: 17th November 2022

Pedro Pascal, Ben Mendelsohn, Jay Ellis, and Jack Champion have been cast to play the main roles in Freaky Tales. The cast members already part of the film include Angus Cloud, Dominique Thorne, Keir Gilchrist, and Michelle Farrah Huang.

Freaky Tales is the creation of renowned filmmaker duo Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, best known for writing and directing the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Captain Marvel. The story will be loosely based on Fleck's childhood experience growing up in Oakland, California, and will explore real-life locations and notable historical events. However, some fictional elements will be added for dramatic effect. 

Set in 1980s Oakland, Freaky Tales will revolve around four distinct characters with interconnected stories. At this point, character and further plot details are still being kept under wraps, however, it is apparent that Pascal, Mendelsohn, Ellis, and Champion will play each of these four contrasting characters.

In addition to the aforementioned cast, Freaky Tales will also feature appearances from some Oakland natives. The film will be executive produced by eOne's Jillian Share, Jen Gorton, and Chanel Vidal. 

Freaky Tales is in its early stages of production. 

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