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Letitia Wright to star in 'Hold Back the stars'

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Washington DC, [USA] | November 9, 2018 10:12:05 PM IST
Basking in the success of superhero movie 'Black Panther', Letitia Wright will now star in upcoming sci-fi movie 'Hold back the stars'.

The movie is an adaptation of Katie Khan's novel of the same name, reported Deadline. The book talks about a love affair between a man and a woman who tries to revisit the memories of the love affair they shared during their stay on a utopian earth.

The twist comes in when they have to share their memories with only a few minutes of oxygen left while being trapped in space.

The movie that is being directed by Mike Cahill will see Letitia Wright share the screen alongside 'Star Wars' fame John Boyega.

In the work sphere, Boyega will reprise his role in another upcoming sci-fi movie 'Star Wars Episode IX' directed by JJ Abrams, while Wright is set to feature in the sequel of 'Black Panther'.

Cahill, on the other hand, recently directed two episodes of primetime TV shows 'Nightflyers' and 'I Origins'. (ANI)

 
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