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    Sarah Paulson returns to the genre of horror series and movies with his next film ‘Dust,’ after replacing original star Claire Foy.

    The Searchlight Pictures film focuses on a mother (Paulson) haunted by her past who sets out to protect her family from a terrifying presence.

    The movie is written by Karrie Crouse, who was a screenwriter for the HBO Max series ‘Westworld’. Crouse will co-direct with Will Joins. This is the feature film debut for both filmmakers as directors.

    ‘Dust’ Will Stream on Disney+ Streaming Platforms as a Hulu Originalas well as other Searchlight Pictures movies such as ‘Fire Island’ and ‘Good Luck to You, Leo Grande’.

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    Filming will begin next month with Paulson confirmed in the lead role. Claire Foy, the star of ‘The Crown’who will star in the upcoming films ‘Women Talking’ and ‘Strangers’, withdrew due to scheduling conflicts.

    With this film, Paulson returns to a genre with which she is very familiar, as starred in nine seasons of ‘American Horror Story’. Thanks to this program, the actress was nominated for a total of five Emmy awards for her performance. He won an Emmy in 2016 for ‘American Crime Story’another anthology series starring her.

    Paulson also starred in the psychological thriller ‘Run’ as well as the horror film ‘BirdBox‘.

    Also, earned critical acclaim for her role as the nurse ‘Ratched’ in the horror-tinged Netflix series Ryan Murphywhich serves as a prequel to the 1975 film ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’.

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    For its part, Foy won three Emmy Awards for her role as Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix series ‘The Crown’.

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