Prisoner’s Dilemma Snags Leading Lady Lynn Collins as ‘Petra’
An old friend of Director M.A.Galluzzo, Lynn has seized the role of Petra to the great delight of Team PD. Few actresses possess both the talent and sizzle to bring this complex and challenging role to life. We can’t wait to see what happens when we finally match her toe-to-toe with our yet to be named leading man for Ethan.
Classically trained at Juilliard in NYC, Lynn made her television debut in Law & Order: SVU, and went on to star onstage as Ophelia opposite Liev Schreiber in Hamlet, followed by a turn as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet. After parts that included the show Haunted and roles in the movies Down with Love, 50 First Dates and 13 Going on 30, she gained critical acclaim playing Portia in the film The Merchant of Venice, starring opposite Al Pacino, Joseph Fiennes and Jeremy Irons.
She furthered her profile in 2008 when she was cast as Jason Stackhouse’s girlfriend Dawn Green in the first season of the HBO vampire series True Blood, and later The Silverfox in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine opposite Hugh Jackman. One of her most notable roles came in 2012 when she was cast as the headstrong Martian princess Dejah Thoris in Disney’s John Carter. Despite its troubled release, the film went on to make $300 Million worldwide and garnered much praise for Lynn and her steely performance despite the rigours of a difficult, green-screen heavy shoot. With a lot less green screen – and certainly no martians – we are positive Lynn’s style and talent will deliver an award winning performance in our hard-boiled character driven sci-fi noir.
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In the closing days of an interplanetary war, a gifted smuggler rescues a life-pod containing two badly beaten women, a half-dead soldier and a whole world of trouble.
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