Jacob Tremblay and Riz Ahmed in talks to join Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone

Jordan Peele’s star-studded reboot of “The Twilight Zone” is getting more talent, with Jacob Tremblay and Riz Ahmed reportedly circling the upcoming series. Recent additions to the CBS All-Access anthology include Adam Scott and Kumail Nanjiani, with Peele set to host and narrate the series.

Tremblay is soon set to star in “Doctor Sleep”, the sequel to “The Shining”, and Ahmed recently starred as Carlton Drake/Riot in “Venom”. The duo have been rumoured to be in talks to join the upcoming Peele series, according to That Hashtag Show.

The actors would appear in episode 3 tentatively titled “Kid President“. Tremblay would play the kid president, while Ahmed would play his campaign manager. With Peele appearing as the host, as he will every episode.

“The Twilight Zone” first ran on CBS from 1959 to 1964. The anthology series, hosted by creator Rod Serling, consisted of sci-fi and horror stories with social commentary weaved throughout. The show has spawned a host of projects, including two films and two TV revivals, first in the ’80s, the second in the early 2000s.

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