First look at Jack Ryan star Abbie Cornish in new psychological thriller

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Photo credit: Myles Aronowitz - Amazon Prime
Photo credit: Myles Aronowitz - Amazon Prime

Detained, a brand-new psychological thriller, has just wrapped up production and released a first-look image to celebrate.

The film stars Jack Ryan and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri actress Abbie Cornish, who appears in this early image, looking slightly roughed up and hanging out in some of garage or warehouse-type place.

Photo credit: Kinogo Pictures
Photo credit: Kinogo Pictures

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The premise of the film follows her character, who wakes up in a police interrogation room with no memory of what has happened the night before. She's got some pretty major accusations being levelled against her, and no memory to try and prove her innocence. If losing her memory isn't weird enough, something else about the police station doesn't feel right...

The film also stars Laz Alonso (Avatar, The Boys, Fast & Furious), Justin H Min (The Umbrella Academy), John Patrick Amedori (Dear White People), Silas Weir Mitchell (Grimm) and a handful of other actors. Two Deaths of Henry Baker helmer Felipe Mucci has directed this one.

Shooting took place in Los Angeles and lasted for a tight 20 days, wrapping up on Friday, October 29, under new independent production company on the block, Kinogo Pictures. We wonder if it will be a similarly short turnaround before the film is released.

Photo credit: Myles Aronowitz - Amazon Prime
Photo credit: Myles Aronowitz - Amazon Prime

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Cornish strangely didn't appear in Jack Ryan season 2 on Amazon Prime, but her character Cathy Mueller was never actually written out, she just... wasn't mentioned.

Just last month it was confirmed that she would be returning for season 4. For context, the show hasn't even aired its third season yet, so it looks like Mueller won't be in the newest batch of episodes. Hopefully, she gets a mention or some sort of explanation at least.

Jack Ryan seasons 1-2 are streaming now on Amazon Prime Video.

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