Normal People star, Daisy Edgar-Jones, has found her next project.
She is billed to lead the cast in a new social thriller, Fresh, though the studio is keeping details about the film's plot under wraps for now.
The project, which hasn't announced any other cast, will be based on Ibiza screenwriter Lauryn Kahn's script, and it will mark Mimi Cave's feature length directorial debut.
Edgar-Jones recently revealed that she had a rather "strange" audition that really ended up preparing her for her role on Normal People.
"I did an audition for a Domino's commercial," she explained to Harper's Bazaar UK.
"Essentially the whole role was just snogging. I turned up and I didn't realise, because it just said 'young couple' but it didn't say exactly what they'd be doing.
She added: "I didn't get the job, but I guess it was pretty good practice for Normal People, so that's one good thing."
The BBC and Hulu show was an instant hit when it aired earlier this year, with fans calling for a second series after falling in love with Marianne and Connell.
The story follows the two County Sligo natives who cross paths in high school and fall into a secret lust affair – and it was as addicting and heartbreaking as author Sally Rooney's novel which it was based on.
Although Rooney hasn't written a sequel, Normal People's director has revealed how the story of Connell and Marianne might continue.
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