Stranger Things star Natalia Dyer and Sex Education actor Asa Butterfield are set to star in the upcoming horror thriller All Fun & Games

Stranger Things star Natalia Dyer and Asa Butterfield, who portrays Otis Milburn on Netflix's Sex Education, are set to star in the new horror thriller All Fun and Games.

The pair, who gained prominence on their respective Netflix series, will team up for the project that 'follows a group of siblings who find themselves in a game with a demonic twist,' according to Variety.  

Ari Costa, whose credits include Extraction, Avengers: Endgame and The Internet Kills, will co-direct the movie with and Eren Celeboglu.

Upcoming: Stranger Things star Natalia Dyer and Asa Butterfield, who portrays Otis Milburn on Netflix's Sex Education, are set to star in the new horror thriller All Fun and Games; seen in 2020

Upcoming: Stranger Things star Natalia Dyer and Asa Butterfield, who portrays Otis Milburn on Netflix's Sex Education, are set to star in the new horror thriller All Fun and Games; seen in 2020

Following news that Dyer, 27, and Butterfield, 24, had been cast, Celeboglu shared the news with a sweet message about his excitement to work with the pair. 

'Cannot wait to do this with my brother from another @rostacosta and huge thanks to @jshermy.casting and to @agbofilms @therussobrothers @anton_corp_lltd @kat_whiting and so excited to collaborate with @asabopp and @nattyiceofficial,' he captioned his Instagram post. 

Dyer, who has amassed more than 5.9 million Instagram followers, is best known for  her role as Nancy Wheeler in Stranger Things. 

The pair, who gained prominence on their respective Netflix series, will team up for the project that 'follows a group of siblings who find themselves in a game with a demonic twist,' according to Variety (pictured in February 2020)

The pair, who gained prominence on their respective Netflix series, will team up for the project that 'follows a group of siblings who find themselves in a game with a demonic twist,' according to Variety (pictured in February 2020)

She developed an off-screen romance with actor Charlie Heaton after meeting on the set of Stranger Things.

During an interview with GQ last year, Heaton, 27, made a rare comment about their relationship.    

When asked what took so long for the couple to make things official publicly, Heaton revealed that there wasn't a reason.

Costars-turned-lovers: She developed an off-screen romance with actor Charlie Heaton after meeting on the set of Stranger Things

Costars-turned-lovers: She developed an off-screen romance with actor Charlie Heaton after meeting on the set of Stranger Things 

'We didn't really know what the relationship was,' Heaton said. 'The caginess, anyway, might have been unnecessary.'

Heaton and Dyer met in a casting room before officially landing their respective roles on the popular Netflix show.

And Stranger Things co-creator Matt Duffer admitted that the pair's chemistry was out of control when they first read for their parts, with Heaton landing the role as Jonathan Byers and Natalia playing his girlfriend Nancy.

Immediate chemistry: Heaton and Dyer met in a casting room before officially landing their respective roles on the popular Netflix show; seen in 2019

Immediate chemistry: Heaton and Dyer met in a casting room before officially landing their respective roles on the popular Netflix show; seen in 2019

'That first audition, we did a chemistry read with [Heaton and] Natalia, and sparks were flying,' Duffer said.

Meanwhile, Butterfield first gained fame at 10 with his harrowing performance in the 2008 film The Boy in Stripped Pajamas. 

Additionally, he's had roles in Hugo (2011), Ender's Game (2013), A Brilliant Young Mind (2014), Jude in Ten Thousand Saints (2015) The Space Between Us (2017) and more. 

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Natalia Dyer and Asa Butterfield are set to star in upcoming horror thriller All Fun & Games

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