Sarah Paulson will executive produce and star in upcoming horror flick ‘Dust’

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Actress Sarah Paulson is set to star in and produce Searchlight Pictures’ upcoming horror-thriller “Dust.” File photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License picture

July 25 (UPI) — Actress Sarah Paulson set to star in upcoming horror thriller Dust by Searchlight Pictures.

Paulson, 47, will also serve as executive producer on the film.

Dust will follow Paulson’s character as she is trapped by a series of dust storms, haunted by past encounters, and forced to take extraordinary measures to save her family.

The film will be co-directed by Will Joines and Katie Crouse. Dust will debut on streaming as a Hulu Original Film, and while a release date has yet to be announced, the project is set to begin principal photography in late August, according to Deadline.

“Sarah is an extraordinary artist and we are thrilled to work with her again,” Searchlight Pictures presidents David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield said in a statement.

This won’t be Paulson’s first stint with the production company.

She previously starred in the critically acclaimed drama Searchlight 12 years of slavery. The 2013 film received nine Oscar nominations, winning Best Picture.

Paulson was also seen in the studio film in 2011 Martha Marcy May Marlene alongside Elizabeth Olsen.

Besides these projects, Paulson has become known for her starring performances in a variety of other roles.

This includes blockbuster films such as Ocean 8 and Glass, plus another nominee for Best Picture, 2017 The post office.

She is best known for her award-winning television roles.

Paulson starred in the FX hit american horror story, portraying many characters over the series’ lifecycle and receiving five Primetime Emmy nominations for his work.

She would later take the Emmy home after her performance as Prosecutor Marcia Clark in The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story, one of nine Emmys the show would go on to win.

Paulson would return American crime history for the show’s third season, this time portraying civil servant Linda Tripp during the impeachment trial of former President Bill Clinton.

The role would earn him another Emmy nomination.

While his last film appearance dates back to 2020 in To run, Paulson is currently gearing up to direct a number of other projects.

This includes the start of production on Bruce Norris’ film adaptation of his Tony and Pulitzer-winning play, Clybourne Park. She is also attached to star in an adaptation of Glennon Doyle’s memoir Savage by JJ Abrams’ production company, Bad Robot.

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