Keira Knightley To Star In Upcoming Thriller Drama Boston Strangler

Actress Keira Knightley is set to star in 20th Century Studios’ upcoming thriller drama Boston Strangler. According to reports, ‘Crown Heights’ fame Matt Ruskin will write and direct the feature film, which will be produced by veteran filmmaker Ridley Scott along with Kevin Walsh through his Scott Free banner.

Keira Knightley To Star In 20th Century Studios’ ‘Boston Strangler’

The film is inspired by the Boston Strangler murders that took place between June 1962 and January 1964. A serial killer killed 13 women during that period. The film will follow the true story of Loretta McLaughlin (Knightly), the first reporter to link the murders and break Strangler’s story. She and her fellow journalist Jean Cole challenged sexism in the early 1960s to report on the city’s most infamous serial killer and worked tirelessly to keep women informed.

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Loretta follows the story at great risk and uncovers corruption that casts doubt on the true identity of the Boston Strangler. The production of the film will start in December. “Boston Strangler” will likewise be created by Tom Ackerley and Josey McNamara of LuckyChap Entertainment.

The production of the film will start in December.

The film is enlivened by the killings of 11 ladies of a few ages that occurred between June 1962 and January 1964. The famous serial killer Boston Strangler threatened the roads of Boston and turned into a subject of different books and motion pictures. His definite number of casualties and character was considered as a questionable subject. The film will follow the tale of Loretta McLaughlin, who turned into the main correspondent who moved sexism to cover the genuine story of the serial killer.

Knightley is known for her performances in films such as ‘Pride and Prejudice’, ‘Pirate of the Caribbean’ series, ‘Atonement,Anna Karenina’ and ‘The Imitation Game’. The English star will next be seen in the comedy film ‘Silent Night’ and the animated film ‘Charlotte’, in which she voices the main character.

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