Alexandra Daddario is an American actress. She is known for playing Annabeth Chase in the ‘Percy Jackson’ film series, Blake Gaines in ‘San Andreas’, and Summer Quinn in ‘Baywatch’. She also starred in the films ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’ and ‘Hall Pass’, and has guest starred in television series such as ‘White Collar’, ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’, ‘True Detective’, ‘New Girl’ and ‘American Horror Story’.
She made her television debut at the age of 16, when she played victimized teen Laurie Lewis in the ABC daytime soap opera ‘All My Children’. Her first major role was as Annabeth Chase in the fantasy adventure film ‘Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief’ in 2010. She also had a recurring role as Neal Caffrey’s love interest Kate Moreau in the USA Network’s procedural drama series ‘White Collar’. In 2011, she co-starred in ‘Hall Pass’ and had a recurring role as Rachel in NBC’s comedy-drama series ‘Parenthood’.
In 2012, she starred in the music video for Imagine Dragons’ song ‘Radioactive’, and had an episode guest stint in the FX sitcom ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ as Ruby Taft. Her first starring role after Percy Jackson was the slasher film ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’ in 2013 as the lead character Heather Miller. In the latter part of 2013, she reprised her role as Annabeth Chase in the film sequel ‘Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters’. She then appeared in the romantic horror comedy ‘Burying the Ex’ with Anton Yelchin and Ashley Greene.
In 2013, she was casted in the first season of the HBO anthology series ‘True Detective’. She appeared in a four-episode arc as Lisa Tragnetti, a court reporter having an extramarital affair with Woody Harrelson’s character. The following year, she had a lead role as Blake Gaines in the disaster film ‘San Andreas’, alongside Dwayne Johnson. Also in 2015, she made a cameo appearance in the pilot of the Fox comedy series ‘The Last Man on Earth’ created by and starring Will Forte.
In 2016, she had a supporting role in the Nicholas Sparks romantic drama film ‘The Choice’, directed by Ross Katz. She subsequently starred as one of the leads in the film adaptation of ‘Baywatch’ in 2017, reuniting with her ‘San Andreas co-star Dwayne Johnson. That same year, she portrayed Kate Jeffries, alongside Kate Upton, in the road trip comedy ‘The Layover’ directed by William H. Macy.
In 2018, she appeared in the music video ‘Wait’ by Maroon 5 and starred as Avery Martin in the romantic comedy ‘When We First Met’, opposite the film’s co-writer Adam DeVine. She is set to star as Constance Blackwood in ‘We Have Always Lived in the Castle’, a Stacie Passon-directed film adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s mystery thriller novel of the same name. She has been cast alongside Henry Cavill and Sir Ben Kingsley in the psychological thriller ‘Nomis’.
At this point, the question that might be circling your mind is what is the next Alexandra Daddario movie? Well, the good news is that we have a clear answer to that question. Here’s the list of upcoming Alexandra Daddario films scheduled to release in 2018 and 2019. We can only hope that the latest new Alexandra Daddario movie would be as good as some of her recent ones.
1. Lost Transmissions (2019)
‘Lost Transmissions’ is an upcoming indie drama film, written and directed by Katharine O’Brien. It stars Simon Pegg, Juno Temple, Alexandra Daddario, Tao Okamoto, Rosanna Arquette and Bria Vinaite.
It follows the story of Hannah, a shy songwriter, who discovers that her friend, respected record producer Theo Ross, has lapsed on his medication for schizophrenia. Hannah rallies a group of friends to help commit Theo to a psychiatric facility, chasing him as he outruns his colorful delusions through the glamour and grit of Los Angeles. From the highs of rock ‘n’ roll to rock bottom, it’s a story of the unsung heroes behind the hits.
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2. Lost Girls and Love Hotels (2019)
‘Lost Girls and Love Hotels’ is an upcoming Swedish-Japanese-American dramatic thriller film starring Alexandra Daddario. The film is based on the novel of same name by Catherine Hanrahan, who also wrote the screenplay, while William Olsson serves as director.
It follows Margaret, a Western woman living in Tokyo, Japan, who loses herself to the city’s dive bars and love hotels at night in order to repress the traumatic childhood memories of her schizophrenic brother. When she meets and falls for a charming Japanese gangster named Kazu, she has the opportunity to find herself again. However, the threat of a killer in the city may cause her to lose her soul completely.
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3. We Summon the Darkness (TBA)
Alexandra Daddario and Keean Johnson are set to star in ‘We Summon the Darkness’, a horror thriller to be directed by Marc Meyers. Other members of the cast may include Maddie Hasson, Logan Miller, Amy Forsyth and Austin Swift.
The script, by Alan Trezza, is set in the Midwest against a backdrop involving a killing spree thought to be orchestrated by a satanic cult. Three best friends embark on a road trip to a heavy-metal show, where they bond with three aspiring musicians and head off to one of the girls’ country home for an afterparty. A night of fun and youthful debauchery takes a deadly turn as bodies begin to pile up, with each side thinking the other hides the killer.
Daddario will play the girls’ leader who invites the group of boys to her parents’ estate. Robert Jones, James Harris and Mark Lane, who produced the horror hits ’47 Meters Down’ and ‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’, are producing and financing the project via their banner ‘The Fyzz’.
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4. Can You Keep a Secret? (TBA)
Alexandra Daddario is set to star in the adaptation of ‘Can You Keep a Secret?’ based on the New York Times bestselling book by Sophie Kinsella. Elise Duran will direct the feature and Daddario will executive produce.
Daddario is playing Emma Corrigan, a girl with a few secrets. On a turbulent plane ride, thinking she’s about to die, Emma spills them all to the handsome stranger sitting next to her. At least, she thought he was a stranger. But then Jack Harper, her company’s young and elusive CEO, arrives at the office. It’s him. And he knows every single humiliating detail about Emma.
Duran will direct from the adapted screenplay by Peter Hutchings. Claude Dal Farra, Brice Dal Farra, and Brian Keady will produce for BCDF Pictures. Charles Miller will executive produce alongside Daddario.
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