Lucas Till (X-Men: Apocalypse) is set to star in the sci-fi thriller Spectrum, an original script by Lex Edness. The project is set to go in front of cameras in September with John Swetnam (Into the Storm) in the director’s chair.
“I couldn’t be happier to be working with Lucas,” Swetnam said in a statement. “He conveys a real intelligence and intensity, while also being very likable, which makes him perfect for the role. I think when people see him in this project they’re going to be blown away.”
Till will play Connor, son of a highly respected scientists whose last experiment went terribly awry. When Connor and his colleagues find the secret laboratory for these experiments, which proved the existence of ghosts, they find themselves battling “a vengeful force”.
Till reprises his role as Havok in the upcoming X-Men outing, set to hit theaters May 27th. The Texas native is also set to play the title role in the recently confirmed MacGyver reboot going to CBS.