Benni Diez’s horror comedy Stung set to commence shooting, while principal photography is now underway on Guy Myhill’s The Goob.

German-US co-production Stung will start principal photography on October 22 with Peter Stormare, Matt O´Leary, Jessica Cook and Lance Henriksen attached to star.

The film centres on two catering staff at a fancy garden party who battle a mutated species of wasp.

Adam Aresty and Benjamin Munz wrote the screenplay with Germany’s Rat Pack Filmproduktion and the US’ XYZ Films jointly producing.

The latter also acquired international sales rights and eOne will distribute in Canada, France, Germany, Scandinavia and the UK.

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iFeatures2 and Emu Films’s The Goob has started its four week shoot in Norfolk.

Myhill wrote the script, which is set in the middle of a heatwave in England and follows Goob Taylor who has spent each of his 16 summers helping his mother run a diner and harvest the surrounding beet fields.

The low-budget drama stars Sean Harris, Sienna Guillory and Hannah Spearritt and is supported by BBC Films, Creative Skillset Film and the British Film Institute.