Hunter Schafer Joins The Cast Of Michelle Yeoh Starrer Blade Runner 2099

With the next season of Euphoria set to be delayed, main cast members like Hunter Schafer are taking up other projects.
Hunter Schafer

Hunter Schafer joins the cast of Blade Runner 2099

Hunter Schafer is all set to star opposite Michelle Yeoh in the Prime Video series Blade Runner 2099. After Eric Dane, she is the second Euphoria main cast member to book a new series.
As per reports in Deadline, work on Season 3 of the HBO series Euphoria continues, targeting a production start in the latter half of the year. Due to this production delay, HBO has allowed the cast to take other acting jobs, which means that the Season 3 filming schedule would have to be tailored around the actors’ availability.

What do we know about Blade Runner 2099?

Blade Runner 2099 is a Prime Video limited series following the 2017 movie sequel Blade Runner 2049. It marks the latest installment of the sci-fi franchise based on Philip K. Dick’s seminal novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? which kicked off with Ridley Scott’s 1982 cult classic, Blade Runner. Denis Villeneuve released a sequel to Scott’s title in 2017 starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford titled Blade Runner 2045, the most recent installment in the franchise for the big screen.
Hunter Schafer
Hunter Schafer
Production for the project began in the spring, after a delay of a year due to the SAG-AFTRA strikes of 2023. While it originally had been set to shoot in Belfast, the show relocated to Prague following the work stoppage.
Schafer made her acting debut portraying Jule in HBO’s Emmy Award-nominated drama Euphoria, that captured the attention of audiences worldwide. She was most recently seen in Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes in the role of Tigris Snow, cousin and confidante of Coriolanus Snow in the prequel.
Most recently, Schafer wrapped production on the A24 feature Mother Mary with Anne Hathway and Michaela Coel. She also has a cameo alongside Emma Stone and Jesse Plemons in Yorgos Lanthimos’ Kinds of Kindness, which is receiving rave reviews at its premiers.
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