Georgina Campbell joins Liam Neeson in ’Cold Storage’ 

In the sci-fi action film Cold Storage, based on the David Koepp novel, Georgina Campbell has joined forces with Liam Neeson and Joe Keery for Studiocanal.

The Cold Storage plot summary is as follows: A highly contagious, perpetually changing microorganism that might wipe out entire species was once kept in a military facility. The facility’s lowest sublevel has been shut by the military today, and the remaining area was bought by a self-storage business.

The microorganism finds a method to emerge as subsurface temperatures rise, and if left unchecked, it will quickly spread indiscriminately over the earth. A retired bioterrorist and two unexpected heroes working at the facility are now responsible for saving humanity. They are in a race against time to eliminate the organism.

However, Studiocanal is entirely financing the production, which is being produced by nine-time Emmy nominee Gavin Polone who also started global sales at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.

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In the critically acclaimed horror-thriller Barbarian, starring Bill Skarsgrd and Justin Long, Campbell had a breakthrough performance. The film earned over $42 million at the time of its September release through 20th Century Studios.

The actress first made a name for herself with her BAFTA-winning performance in the BBC Three drama Murdered by My Boyfriend. More recently, she has made appearances in series like Suspicion on Apple TV+, The Pale Horse on Prime Video, HBO‘s His Dark Materials, Syfy’s Krypton, Broadchurch on BBC America, and others.

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