Megan Fox to play astronaut in Aurora
The project, to be directed by Lazar Bodroza, was announced at the ongoing Berlin International Film Festival
Actor Megan Fox is set to essay the role of an astronaut in Arclight Films' suspense thriller, Aurora.
The project was announced by the banner at the ongoing Berlin International Film Festival.
Lazar Bodroza is attached to direct the film from a script penned by Pete Bridges, Toby Gibson, and Stuart Willis.
"We are delighted to continue championing stories with strong females at the helm. Aurora is a beautiful, action-packed visual feast set in space and Megan is perfectly cast to play a character battling demons from her past. We could not be happier to be working with Jordan, Toby and Lazar Bodroza once again to bring this beautiful and mesmerising story to life," said Arclight chairman Gary Hamilton.
The film follows a female astronaut stationed in outer space to monitor solar storms that endanger Earth.
"She discovers shock waves from solar storms are bending time, pushing her into an emotional and psychological struggle with her past and present," the plotline reads.
Production is set to start in May in Serbia.