The Home is a 2022 British adult stop-motion animated black comedy anthology movie that tells three distinct stories spanning several worlds and people, all of which are located inside the same house. The movie was written by Enda Walsh.
It was initially planned as a TV series but ended up becoming an anthology movie. It was created by London’s Nexus Studios just for Netflix, and it recounts three storylines in turn, each of which is directed by a different filmmaker for the first time: Paloma Baeza, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, and the writing team of Johannes Nyholm and Emma van Swaef.
Production of Skill House
The House is a Netflix original anthology that was initially revealed in January 2020. It is being created at Nexus Studios‘ London facility.
The trio of Emma de Swaef and Marc James Roels, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, and Paloma Baeza were the three director teams put up by Nexus to present the narrative of three different family generations living in the same house.
Johannes Nyholm served as a co-writer for the second section. The main voice casts for all of the stories were revealed at the 2021 Annecy Film Festival in June. The first illustrations for the anthology and its 14 January 2022 publication date were made public in November 2021.
In December 2021, the first trailer was released. The hand-drawn, 2D animated title sequence was co-created by Manshen Lo and Nicolas Ménard.
The Upcoming Horror Movie “Skill House” Stars Hannah Stocking and 50 Cent
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, a rapper, actor, and producer, has agreed to join the cast of the upcoming horror movie Skill House, which pokes fun at our reliance on social networking. Hannah Stocking also joins 50 Cent in the cast.
According to reviews, Skill House is a horror movie in the style of Saw with additional comments on the negative aspects of online society and social media celebrities. The film will specifically examine the extremes people will go to in order to get online “clout,” even if it means subjecting themselves to gruesome and unpleasant exploits.
Josh Stolberg, who also wrote and directed the Saw movies Spiral: From the Book of Saw in 2021 and Jigsaw in 2017, has some expertise with the Saw franchise. Both movies, which explore the genesis of the renowned cinematic villain, were created decades after the original series of movies.
Concerning Hannah Stocking
Hannah Stocking is a multi-talented artist, actor, and host. Her standout comedy, which is frequently heightened by a fusion of fun and science content, has been the driving force behind her stratospheric ascent in digital entertainment and eventual crossover into traditional media.
She is a social media juggernaut with more than 50 million followers totals across all of her platforms, including 7.8 million YouTube subscribers. With a variety of material, her YouTube channel has garnered 2.1 billion lifetime views and one million followers in less than five months.
She also has 22 million Instagram followers and over 26 million TikTok followers. Stocking frequently incorporates an additional component into her content by drawing on her experience as a double major in biology and chemistry.
Stocking has created several original science-based series using this recognizable approach. She most notably collaborated with ATTN: to produce a series of educational videos that presented common ideas like crash dieting and the teenage brain in an approachable and enjoyable way.
Official Trailer of Skill House
Below you can watch the Official Trailer of Skill House.
Josh Stolberg’s Profile
Writer, director, and producer Josh Stolberg is behind some of the most well-liked horror movies now on the market, including JIGSAW, PIRANHA 3D, SORORITY ROW, and most recently, SPIRAL. He has penned screenplays for Netflix, Disney, Lionsgate, and other studios. He is now working on the script for the upcoming Saw movie as well as a Dwayne Johnson actioner for Netflix.
With Regards to Proxima and Ryan Kavanaugh
One of the most accomplished, prolific, and revered executives in the history of the entertainment industry is Ryan Kavanaugh, founder of Proxima Media, the company that holds the majority of the shares in Triller.
He was known as the “Moneyball for movies” creator because of his use of an intelligent model of movie finance. In addition to earning 60 Oscar nominations, he produced, distributed, and/or arranged to finance more than 200 movies that brought in more than $20 billion at the box office worldwide.
The 25th-highest-grossing film producer of all time, he produces movies. Fast and Furious 2–6, 300, Social Network, Limitless, Fighter, Talladega Nights, Step Brothers, and Mama Mia are just a few of his works.
In the wake of Marvel’s bankruptcy, Kavanaugh and Proxima created the studio and financial framework that gave birth to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With Netflix, he created the SVOD (streaming) market, increasing the market value of that business from $2 to $10 billion.
Triller, one of the three social media apps with the fastest growth, was co-founded by Kavanaugh. He recently oversaw the social media and music app acquisition, merger, and relaunch.
A Horror Film Has Cast Bryce Hall
The social media celebrity has been cast in a new production called Skill House, a horror movie that examines TikTok culture through a spooky, satirical lens, according to a report from Deadline on Wednesday, April 13.
Skill House, directed by Josh Stolberg, who is known for thrillers like Spiral: From the Book of Saw, will examine the lengths influencers will go to in order to get digital renown. According to Stolberg, who spoke to Deadline, “These social media celebrities are the new Hollywood, and they are rewriting what it means to be a celebrity.”
“It levels the playing field for everyone when a young Marylander named Bryce, who only has a cell phone and a ring light, can amass tens of millions of followers on TikTok and Instagram. I’m eager to turn that rock over because this new entertainment environment has a nasty side.
Horror Film Skill House’s Cameraman Passed Out
The new horror film Skill House from 50 Cent is so graphic that the cameraman actually fainted. Rapper and actor “Candy Shop” has joined forces with filmmaker Josh Stolberg, whose credits include Jigsaw, Sorority Row, and Piranha 3D, for a new horror film that reportedly centers on social media and influencer culture.