In the cinematic world, there’s probably nothing more exciting than when a known actor from a famous franchise works with another popular actor from another major franchise. Stranger Things and MCU star David Harbour join Killing Eve and Star Wars actress Jodie Comer in an unknown horror video game releasing sometime in 2023.
Speaking recently with Video Games FanNation, Harbour revealed his and Comer's upcoming collaboration, “Me and Jodie Comer did a video game. That'll be coming out… I think it's next year. A horror game.”
The Violent Night actor has not disclosed any more details about the project, such as a specific title or release date, but the anticipation is certain as this is the first time that Harbour and Comer will be working together.
Harbour has been demonstrating his versatile acting abilities by filming two characters at once: Stranger Things' Jim Hopper and MCU Thunderbolts' Red Guardian, making fans eager for his future projects that will feature a different version of him.
In November, Harbour shared how he and Netflix simultaneously shoot his characters’ scenes to fulfill his roles for both.
“So it is kind of like, I don’t know exactly how they’re working it, but it’s a week on, week off, two weeks on, two weeks off, something like that where I would go back and forth. They both are being shot in Atlanta. So I can just literally shoot a scene in Stranger Things and get in my car and run over to the Marvel scene to shoot a scene there.” he narrated.
Meanwhile, Comer, who rose to prominence as Villanelle in BBC's Killing Eve, is set to take over the Broadway stage in 2023 with her award-winning one-man show Prima Facie.
Despite Killing Eve wrapping its finale season so badly, Comer’s promising acting abilities constantly amaze and excite the fans as to where she is going to appear next.
Comer has also recently starred in an open-world game romantic comedy, Free Guy, opposite Ryan Reynolds, and Harbour is set to play a role in another video game adaptation, Gran Turismo, Sony's best-selling video game series.
Given their extensive acting experience, both actors are likely to complement each other's upcoming horrific portrayal.