‘The Good Fight’s Carrie Preston Joins John Logan’s Blumhouse Feature Directorial Debut

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‘The Good Fight’s Carrie Preston Joins John Logan’s Blumhouse Feature Directorial Debut
Exclusive: Carrie Preston has boarded John Logan’s untitled feature directorial debut at Blumhouse, which has been billed as a Lgbtqia+ empowerment movie set at a gay conversion camp. The project from the three-time Oscar nominee was previously known as Whistler Camp.

Preston joins the already cast Theo Germaine and Kevin Bacon, the latter who is also serving as executive producer. Jason Blum and Michael Aguilar are producing. Scott Turner Schofield is also serving as EP.

For seven seasons, Preston starred as Arlene Fowler, the sassy red-headed waitress on the hit HBO series True Blood. She won an Emmy playing Elsbeth Tascioni on CBS’ The Good Wife and recurred in the same role on its spinoff The Good Fight. She also recurred for five years on CBS’ Person of Interest playing Grace, the love interest to her real-life husband, Michael Emerson.

Preston can now be seen on TNT’s series Claws as Polly.
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