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Euphoria and The Suicide Squad star lands next lead movie role

euphoria and Suicide Squad star Storm Reid has landed a lead role in the new coming-of-age film Becoming Noble.

dead line reports that she will also be an executive producer on the show alongside her mother, Robyn Simpson.

The film is about Noble (played by Reid), a high school senior who discovers she is the princess of an African nation. She then travels back to her home country to understand her heritage and decide if being a royal is something she actually wants in her life.

A release date and director have not been revealed yet.

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Earlier this year, it was announced that Reid had joined the cast of HBO’s adaptation of The Last of Us. She plays Riley in the drama, an orphan girl growing up in post-apocalyptic Boston.

The live adaptation of the classic video game sees Joel Miller take on the role of getting 14-year-old Ellie out of the quarantine zone to safety, as she may have the answer to quashing the virus. Despite Miller’s harsh personality, we anticipate a developing bond between the two as the unlikely allies battle to save the world – both from the infected and the political moves of humans.

The Mandalorian‘s Pedro Pascal stars as smuggler Joel and game of Thrones‘Bella Ramsey as his companion Ellie.

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Meanwhile, euphoria is officially returning for a third season and Reid is set to reprise her role of Rue’s (played by Zendaya) sister Gia Bennett.

The hard-hitting teen-centric show recently achieved 16 Emmy nominations, so it’s future look bright, though a release date for the third season is currently unknown. Star Eric Dan added fuel to the potential long wait by saying: “I just saw something that said 2024, which kind of makes sense. I mean, we’ll go back and shoot maybe in November. I don’t know. I haven’t ‘t heard. It’s always going to be changing.”

euphoria airs on HBO in the US and on NOW and Sky Atlantic in the UK.

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