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IN THE BLOOD: Gina Carano to Star in John Stockwell Action Thriller

Gina Carano, Haywire

Gina Carano cast in In The Blood. Gina Carano is set to star in John Stockwell‘s new action thriller In The Blood. In The Blood is being written by Bennett Yellin and James Robert Johnston. The storyline is “described as being in the vein of Taken, Blood is set in motion when a husband disappears while vacationing in the Caribbean with his wife, to be played by Carano. The grieving wife passionately and recklessly pursues the men whom she believes kidnapped and killed him.”

Further information on Gina Carano’s character in In The Blood:

This role will showcase not only Gina’s fighting skills, but also her acting abilities as her character struggles to reign in her violent past.

Gina Carano may not be the only Haywire alum on staff:

8711, the stunt team that worked on Haywire, is in discussions to reteam with Carano for Blood.

Gina Carano, GQ Magazine, January 2012

Gina Carano, GQ Magazine, January 2012


Gina Carano, GQ Magazine, January 2012

Gina Carano, GQ Magazine, January 2012


Gina Carano, GQ Magazine, January 2012

Gina Carano, GQ Magazine, January 2012


Many were wondering if Haywire would be the birth of an action movie career for Gina Carano and it looks like it will be. Will she become the go-to-girl for action movies, it could happen. Not many actresses in Hollywood can perform all the physical feats and stunts she can then smile afterward.

I case you were wondering, Gina Carano now has Hollywood representation:

Carano is repped by Gersh, Scott Karp of The Syndicate and Ziffren Brittenham. Gersh is helping package the movie and is repping the North American rights.

Principal photography on In The Blood “is scheduled to begin in late spring or early summer in Puerto Rico with production partners Pimienta Film Company”

Source: Theplaylist, Thehollywoodreporter

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