'Expanse' Actress Cara Gee Joins 'Call of the Wild' at Fox
Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens and Karen Gillan are set to star in the feature from Chris Sanders.
Cara Gee, who is best known for her role in the Syfy series The Expanse, is joining Fox's adaptation of The Call of the Wild.
Jack London’s 1903 story tells of a sled dog that tries to survive the Alaskan wilderness as well as a series of abusive owners. Gee joins a cast that includes Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens and Karen Gillan.
Chris Sanders, co-director of The Croods and How to Train Your Dragon, is making his live-action debut with the ambitious adaptation, which will incorporate major CG elements as it tells the story of sled dogs, wolves and humans in the far north during the Gold Rush. Logan writer Michael Green penned the screenplay,
Erwin Stoff will produce, with Diana Pokorny and Ryan Stafford executive producing.
Fox has set a Dec. 25, 2019, release date.
Gee, an indigenous Canadian actor whose recent credits include Letterkenny, is repped by Canada's GGA.