Fast & Furious and Succession stars join murder mystery movie

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Fast & Furious star Tyrese Gibson and Succession's Annabelle Dexter-Jones have joined the cast of an upcoming murder mystery.

Directed by K. Asher Levin, Helen's Dead sees Gibson and Dexter-Jones alongside Into the Wild's Emile Hirsch, Shameless actress Dylan Gelula and Midhunter's Oliver Cooper.

According to Deadline, the film focuses on a twenty-something Addie (Gelula), who discovers that her boyfriend Adam (Hirsch) is cheating on her with her cousin Helen. When Addie shows up at a dinner party to confront the both of them, she discovers that Helen is dead and that all partygoers are suspects.

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Who did it? From "canceled" influencer Leila (Dexter-Jones), to mysterious hipster Garrett (Cooper) and an ex-con named Henry (Gibson), everyone might have had a reason to off Helen.

Addie must make it through the night — and some intolerable level of entitlement — to find out the truth about her cousin's death.

Levin has explained the ensemble cast will have viewers guessing who is the culprit in multiple twists.

"This film is carefully crafted to have a diverse range of multi-talented actors play off each other and keep the viewers guessing from beginning to end. It's a perfect blend of suspense, dark satire, and action," Levin said.

"Annabelle, Emile, Dylan, and Tyrese bring such a captivating dynamic and I couldn’t be happier with the overall cast."

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The film is set to begin production in Santa Fe, New Mexico next month.

"When you combine an experienced crew base with one of the best film incentives in the country, it’s easy to see why New Mexico is such a production hotspot," said Daniel Cummings, producers and co-partners of Stoked Film Group.

"I can't imagine filming Helen's Dead anywhere else."

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