Gina Carano Is Coming Back To Film With New Thriller Based On ‘White Knuckle’

Former MMA star and actress Gina Carano has revealed her latest feature film which she is both starring in and producing. The project is an untitled action-thriller based on ‘White Knuckle,’ a novel by Eric Red, who will also be penning the script.

Deadline reports that Carano will play “a strong-willed woman who survives an attempt by serial killer-trucker ‘White Knuckle.'” They add that her character is haunted “by her encounter and the cops’ inability to catch her tormentor, she partners with a trucker to end the killer’s reign of terror.” The movie was made by Bonfire Legend and will stream to the Daily Wire platform.

“I’m completely ignited to be creating this thriller with The Daily Wire and Bonfire Legend,” Carano said. “I feel I am exactly where I want and need to be at this moment in my life; it feels as if I have wings.”

The movie will be produced by Dallas Sonnier (Bone Tomahawk), Amanda Presmyk (Dragged Across Concrete), and Tony Timpone. So far, a director has not been named, but the production company is in negotiations with one so the project can commence.

Carano had previously starred in The Mandalorian, a Star Wars spin-off before being let go after Disney caved to a social media mob. She go on to make a guest appearance in ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls.

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  1. […] Gina Carano is perfect for this type of movie, bringing her usual action skills and strength to the character of Gage. The rest of the cast also does a good job of bringing the story together. John Hannah was, of course, a sharp actor in the sort of mentor role. He was excellent for the part and had some of the best lines. […]

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