Billie Boullet joins Luke Evans and Milla Jovovich for “World Breaker.”

Billie Boullet, a promising young actress from Britain and France, has recently been nominated for a Critics’ Choice award for her role in the series A Small Light. The show, which airs on Nat Geo and Disney+, has catapulted her to new heights in the industry.

Excited by the success of A Small Light, Boullet has now joined Luke Evans and Milla Jovovich in the sci-fi survival thriller World Breaker. Directed by Brad Anderson and currently filming in Northern Ireland, the movie is set to be a blockbuster hit.

The plot revolves around a tear in reality that brings creatures from another dimension to Earth with the intention of destroying humanity. A father hides his daughter on an island to protect her but as the world faces a breaking point, nowhere is truly safe.

In World Breaker, Boullet plays the daughter while Evans and Jovovich portray the parents. Mila Harris is also part of the cast. The screenplay was written by Joshua Rollins with support from Northern Ireland Screen, while Martin Brennan from 23ten produced the film.

The international sales rights for World Breaker are handled by The Exchange who introduced the project at this year’s European Film Market in Berlin. Domestic rights are managed by the producers. With her start in CBBC’s The Worst Witch, Boullet has come a long way in her acting career and is represented by UTA and Curtis Brown Group.

By Riley Johnson

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