Greenlit: ‘Succession’ Star Sarah Snook Is Joining This New Project

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“Succession” fans will be happy to learn Sarah Snook has taken on a new role in the upcoming “Run Rabbit Run.” Here’s everything you need to know about the new film and Snook’s role. 

Sarah Snook Will Replace Elisabeth Moss in “Run Rabbit Run” Film. 

Great news for “Succession” fans, especially if you’re feeling a Shiv shortage. According to Deadline, Sarah Snook will succeed (pun intended) Elisabeth Moss in the upcoming “Run Rabbit Run” as Moss has reportedly departed the project due to scheduling conflicts. The last we reported of “Run Rabbit Run,” director Daina Reid and Moss had just come onboard. This will be Reid’s first feature project in 12 years since 2010’s “I Love You Too.” Written by novelist Hannah Kent in her feature debut, “Run Rabbit Run” follows “a fertility doctor who believes firmly in life and death, but after noticing the strange behavior of her young daughter, must challenge her own values and confront a ghost from her past.” The film is heading into pre-production with filming to follow in Victoria and South Australia. Allison Meadows is the casting director.

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