‘Run Rabbit Run’: Elisabeth Moss Out, ‘Succession’ Star Sarah Snook In For Horror-Thriller

Elisabeth Moss is one of the busiest actors around, with credits coming up on the big and small screen. One of her many projects, announced more than a year ago, was horror-thriller Run Rabbit Run, from director Dana Reid who she worked with on The Handmaid’s Tale. But that partnership will have to stay there, because Moss has been forced to drop out and she’s been replaced by red-hot Succession star Sarah Snook.

The Emmy-nominated Sarah Snook steps in to star in Run Rabbit Run, described as a modern-day ghost story in which she’ll play “a fertility doctor whose firm grasp on the cycle of life is put to the test as her young daughter begins to exhibit increasingly strange behavior.”

Snook has actually worked with Reid before, as well, on the ABC miniseries The Secret River, and that may have had something to do with her landing this role, too.

I’ve been hoping to see Snook get her due in film as she has in television. She has showed tremendous promise before, breaking out with the criminally underrated Predestination. Recently, she has also had supporting roles in Pieces of a Woman and An American Pickle.

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