Angus Cloud finished filming for his role in Universal’s next monster thriller from directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett before his death, a source familiar with the project revealed.

The untitled film, which is scheduled for release in April 2024, also stars Kathryn Newton, Dan Stevens, Alisha Weir, Kevin Durand, and Will Catlett. Melissa Barrera, who appeared in the fifth and sixth “Scream” films, also appears in the movie. The directors make up the creative force behind Radio Silence, a group that also comprises producer Chad Villella. Along with James Vanderbilt, Paul Neinstein, William Sherak, and Tripp Vinson, Project X Entertainment is also producing the untitled movie.

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The ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike continues to have an impact on the movie, which is still not finished.

The 25-year-old Cloud passed away on Monday in Oakland, California. According to the Oakland Fire Department, at around 11:30 a.m., they responded to a medical emergency. On arrival, it was discovered that the patient had died. According to the Oakland Police Department, the reason for Cloud’s death is still under investigation.

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Universal has made no comments regarding the impact of Cloud’s death on the current production.

Following his blockbuster performance on “Euphoria” as the drug dealer Fez, Cloud’s next significant project was the impending Radio Silence film. During the show’s first two seasons, the actor played a major role in the cast.

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Cloud also finished filming as a supporting actor alongside Ben Mendelsohn, Pedro Pascal, Jay Ellis, and Jack Champion in Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden’s “Freaky Tales” from eOne and Macro. He also completed the filming of Ethan Berger’s “The Line,” in which he co-starred with Alex Wolff, Halle Bailey, and John Malkovich, as well as the horror film “Your Lucky Day,” written and directed by Dan Brown.