The journey of Alexandra Daddario’s career has been captivating, covering both the worlds of film and television. The actress had her acting debut in the soap opera “All My Children” when she was just 15 years old. She later achieved stardom by playing the demigod Annabeth Chase in the “Percy Jackson” movie series. Whether playing the valiant Blake Gaines in “San Andreas” or the seductive Summer Quinn in “Baywatch,” the actress is flawless every time she is on screen.
Daddario’s television appearances, particularly her portrayal of the hapless journalist Rachel Patton in “The White Lotus,” furthered her reputation as a storyteller who can handle complex material. One ought to be curious about the star’s upcoming endeavours given her impressive collection of work. Let’s have a look, then.
‘Airborne’ is a thriller directed by Zak Hilditch (‘These Final Hours’ and ‘Rattlesnake’) and starring Alexandra Daddario as a flight attendant who encounters a problem mid-flight when a deadly disease starts spreading among the passengers. The flight attendant must next overcome all obstacles to ensure that the plane lands safely and without contaminating other passengers. The project was formally launched in 2019, but there haven’t been any new advancements, so it’s unclear how things are going with the production.
Happy Life (TBA)
In the movie “Happy Life,” Daddario plays an Instagram celebrity. The comedy centres on Allison Beck, a new mother who starts to question whether her husband Eli is having an affair with a social media celebrity. As a result of her errors, Allison embarks on a quest for self-awareness. Ike Barinholtz (‘The Oath’) and Evangeline Lilly (‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’) also appear in the movie, which was written and directed by David Stassen, producer of ‘The Mindy Project’. Allison is played by Evangeline Lilly. Since the drama movie’s 2019 announcement, there haven’t been any new developments in its production.
I Wish You All the Best (TBA)
‘I Wish You All the Best,’ a movie based on Mason Deaver’s 2019 novel of the same name, will also feature Daddario. The film centres on a non-binary youngster named Ben who, after being expelled from their home by their traditional parents, lives in with their sister Hannah and her husband. They finally go out on a voyage of self-discovery where they pick up lessons in family, love, and friendship. Tommy Dorfman, a young director with acting credits in “13 Reasons Why” and “Love in the Time of Corona,” is in charge of the drama movie.
Ben is played by Corey Fogelmanis of “Girl Meets World,” and Hannah is played by Daddario. In addition, Cole Sprouse from Riverdale, Lexi Underwood from Little Fires Everywhere, Amy Landecker from Transparent, Brenda De Backer, and Judson Mills from Walker, Texas Ranger play key roles in the cast. The project is currently in post-production as of this writing, and more updates are anticipated.
Mayfair Witches Season 2 (TBA)
In the supernatural television series “Mayfair Witches,” neurosurgeon Rowan Fielding discovers she is the improbable heir to a dynasty of witches and must now battle a malevolent ghost that has been stalking her family for decades. Along with Tongayi Chirisa, Jack Huston, and Harry Hamlin, Daddario co-stars in the show as Rowan Fielding, the protagonist.
In January 2023, AMC and AMC+ debuted the thriller series based on Anne Rice’s ‘Lives of the Mayfair Witches’ novel trilogy. The programme, which was developed by Esta Spalding and Michelle Ashford, received a favourable reception from viewers, which resulted in its renewal for a second season in February. Daddario is scheduled to reprise her part in the upcoming season, but due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike, the filming is probably going to be put off. Therefore, it is currently unknown when “Mayfair Witches” season 2 will premiere.
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