Cynthia Erivo to Star In and Produce Film Adaptation of Sci-Fi Podcast Carrier | #SciFiSunday
Great news for all Cynthia Erivo and/or Carrier fans, from Tor.com.
The sci-fi podcast Carrier is heading to the big screen! Deadline reports that Cynthia Erivo will be reprising her role as Raylene in a film adaptation of the podcast, which she will also produce.
According to Deadline, Carrier creator Dan Blank will write and direct. This will be audio studio QCode’s first feature film adaptation, reports the outlet, although more “pod-to-screen adaptations” are currently in development. There’s no word on what those might be, but QCode’s current line-up of shows include the Rami Malek-starring Blackout, about a nation-wide blackout, and The Edge of Sleep, about a global epidemic where sleep causes death.
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