The “Big Sky” star Natalie Lind shared a playful series of photos with her 518k Instagram followers late Sunday night. Sporting socks and an oversized plaid shirt, the star looks especially comfortable while enjoying some ramen.
The last photo in the set is a little odd and shows Lind in what appears to be a plague doctor mask. Between all the flame and heart emojis, other comments inquire about the star’s location and upcoming projects. It seems the star is also drawing international attention with comments in multiple languages– namely English, Spanish, and Arabic.
We are about a month out from the Season 2 Premiere of “Big Sky” which means there is still plenty of time to catch up on the first 16 episodes before September 30th. With an impressive new repertoire of cast additions, the new season is sure to keep viewers on the edge of their seats. Blending mystery, romance, crime, and some drama, the show encapsulates a perfect thriller.
“Big Sky” Changes
After filming the entirety of the first season in Canada, “Big Sky” is moving! Between now and the end of April, Rio Rancho, New Mexico becomes the cast’s new home. New Mexico Governor, Michelle Lujan Grisham, thinks this is a positive change for the community. She issued the following statement to the New Mexico Film Office.
“The decision of Big Sky to film season 2 in New Mexico shows we have created a resilient and thriving film industry. This production will support jobs for thousands of New Mexicans well into 2022 and boost spending to the many local businesses that provide goods and services to this industry.”
New Mexico Economic Development Department Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes also issued a statement for the Film Office.
“From the competitive incentive, a world-class crew, infrastructure, and close proximity to L.A. the secret is out – New Mexico offers an established ecosystem and is the place to be for film and TV. We are thrilled to have Big Sky shooting in our state.”
What Else is In Store For Miss Natalie Lind?
Horror fans can rejoice in the fact that another Stephen King film based on one of his classic novels is in the works. Paramount+ recently announced it will be bringing the classic Pet Sematary book to life in a remake set in rural Maine.
Natalie Lind is already a confirmed cast member. She will be joined by the likes of Jackson White, Forrest Goodluck, Jack Mulhern, Isabella Star LeBlanc, and Pam Grier. Two big names– Samantha Mathis and Henry Thomas– recently also joined the line-up. Between the two previous Paramount renditions of the work in 1989 and 2019, the works grossed over $170 million.