The trailer for one of Angus Cloud’s latest films presents a tribute to the late actor | hollywood | spcilvly

The trailer for one of Angus Cloud’s latest films, Your Lucky Day, was released on Friday, September 6. This comes months after the Euphoria star’s death at age 25.

Angus Cloud, a cast member of the HBO teen drama series 'Euphoria,' appears on the set in this undated photo (HBO/Eddy Chen/Handout via REUTERS) (via REUTERS)
Angus Cloud, a cast member of the HBO teen drama series ‘Euphoria,’ appears on the set in this undated photo (HBO/Eddy Chen/Handout via REUTERS) (via REUTERS)

The film is a thriller in which Angus is seen as a kidnapper named Sterling. The trailer shows him holding an elderly man, a lottery ticket winner, at gunpoint. He later becomes involved in a shootout with an officer who was at the store where the incident occurred. “The witnesses must decide exactly how far they will go and how much blood they are willing to shed to get a piece of the $156 million,” a synopsis of the film reads.

Angus’ co-stars in the film include Elliot Knight, Sterling Beaumon, Mousa Hussein Kraish and Jessica Garza. “Not only was he an incredible actor, but he was an even better human being. He was kind, humble, thoughtful and deeply sincere,” Jessica said, according to PEOPLE. “I am very grateful and honored to have had the opportunity to share a screen with him and get to know him.”

Angus is honored at the end of the Daniel Brown-directed film, with a message that reads: “For Angus.” According to Daniel, his wife said Angus would be a great actor for the lead role.

“I had written the character based on people I had grown up with: guys who sold drugs and started fights with frat boys or their stepdads, but who were also super protective and loyal to their friends,” he said. “(Cloud’s) stories and perspectives were so right for the character that I had to try it.”

According to the Alameda County Coroner, Angus suffered acute intoxication from a combination of drugs, including fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine and benzodiazepine, Page Six reported. Angus’s father, Conor Hickey, had died just two months before his death, leaving him devastated. Angus had been struggling with serious suicidal thoughts after his return from Ireland following his father’s funeral, a source said at the time.

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