Boston Strangler movie image reveals first look at true crime thriller

The first images from the Boston Strangler movie show Keira Knightley and Carrie Coon investigating the serial killers who terrorized the city in the 1960s.

The first images from the Boston Strangler movie reveal the case of Keira Knightley and Carrie Coon. An upcoming film chronicles the true story of the serial killer known as the "Boston Strangler," who terrorized the city in the 1960s. Written and directed by Crown Heights' Matt Ruskin, Boston Strangler follows Knightley and Coon as two crusading journalists investigating the identity of the eponymous killer. The true crime film has been highly anticipated since it was announced over a year ago with its compelling storyline and star-studded cast.

Now, Empire has released the first look at the Boston Strangler movie. First look images show Knightley and Coon as two reporters investigating the identity of the notorious serial killer who murdered 13 women in the Boston, Massachusetts area in the early 1960s. Another image shows Knightley's character more closely on the streets of Boston. Please see the two images below:

Everything We Know About The Boston Strangler Movie

The Boston Strangler is told through the perspective of Loretta McLaughlin (Knightley), a reporter for the American Record, and her fellow journalist Jean Cole (The Coon and The Coon) unravel the story of the Boston Strangler and challenge the rampant sexism of the era. although At personal risk, the two fearless reporters pursue a story that uncovers evidence of corruption and casts doubt on the identity of a notorious strangler.

The cast of Boston Strangler is led by two heavyweights, Knightley is a two-time Oscar nominated actress best known for her role in Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Coon has been making appearances in film and television, Starred in Avengers: Infinity War and won an Emmy for his performance in Fargo. They also have a strong supporting cast, including Newark Saints' Alessandro Nivola, Joker's Bill Kemp, Oscar winner Chris Cooper, Morgan Spector and Robert John Burke. Dune's David Dastmalchian stars as Albert DeSalvo, who is suspected of being the Boston Strangler, despite later DNA evidence that the murders were committed by more than one person.

Writer/director Ruskin, who has made true-crime documentaries and is a Boston native with strong ties to the Strangler story, filmed the film on location to ensure it was as historically accurate as possible. With Ruskin at the helm, the film attracted high-profile producers such as Ridley Scott and Margot Robbie. A fusion of true crime and news It's long provided the basis for riveting films like David Fincher's Zodiac, and hopefully "Boston Strangler" will receive similar acclaim when it hits Hulu on March 17, 2023.

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