First Look at Euphoria’s Hunter Schafer in His Film Debut


Euphoria star Hunter Schafer makes his film debut in an upcoming horror film Hellowho released their first image and confirmed other cast members.

As posted by studio Neon, the first image shows Schafer’s character appearing to be hiding from a blurry, hooded person. It’s unclear what’s going on, but the hooded person looks like a pursuer, while Schafer’s character looks a bit bruised, with a bandage over his head and arm in plaster.

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Neon’s tweet also confirmed that Dan Stevens and Jessica Henwick have also joined the cast and the movie will hit theaters in 2023.

Stevens is best known for Downton Abbey and the The beauty and the Beast live-action remake, but he also appeared in x-men Television spinoffs Legion and Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga. He will also appear in the next Godzilla vs. Kong after.

Henwick has previously appeared in Marvel Netflix shows, game of thrones, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and, perhaps most famously, last year The Matrix Resurrections. She was also cast in the upcoming sequel Glass onion: a mystery at loggerheads.

Euphoria is Schafer’s first major acting project, with a ton of praise for his performance. Unfortunately, Season 2 dropped the character of Jules, which is such a shame because it was so groundbreaking for teenage trans representation.

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“Jules is almost completely sidelined for most of this season, which means her whole story basically boils down to this messy love triangle and nothing more,” we wrote recently.

“Someone as interesting and complex as Jules should never be entirely defined by his relationships.”

Euphoria seasons one and two are available now on HBO Max in the US and NOW in the UK.

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