Co-produced by the Evil Dead filmmaker, Don't Move is helmed by Brian Netto and Adam Schindler, directing a script from TJ Cimfel and David White.
In the film, Asbille, also known for her roles in teen drama One Tree Hill and Fargo, plays a grieving woman who must run and fight for her life when a seasoned killer (American Horror Story's Finn Wittrock) injects her with a paralytic agent.
The first-look image, shared by the official Instagram page for Raimi's production company, is a close-up of Asbille in the lead role. This is an overhead shot of the character, who sports a nose ring and shoulder tattoos, as she appears to be laying in bed and looks straight ahead.
Don't Move also stars Daniel Francis, who will next be seen in the third season of Bridgerton and The Wheel of Time.
Filmed in Bulgaria over the summer, the movie was granted an interim agreement to continue production amidst the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike. Don't Move is currently in post-production and seeking distribution, meaning it may still be a while before we get to see it on the big screen.
Announcing the project back in May, producer Alex Lebovici promised a "visceral, pulse-racing" movie.
"The fiercely talented Kelsey and Finn have taken starring turns in some of the most beloved suspense-driven projects currently in the market, making the perfect pair to bring this visceral, pulse-racing story to life," the producer said in a statement.
A release date for Don't Move is yet to be announced.
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