Ariana DeBose is about to cook something out in the House of Spoils.

The Oscar-winning actress is set to star in the Prime Video and Blumhouse Television psychological thriller written and directed by Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy. This reunites the directing duo with the production company Secret Engine as well as Amazon Studios, which acquired the worldwide rights to Cole and Krudy’s 2019 TIFF title Blow the Man Down which was produced by — you guessed it — Secret Engine.

Danielle Krudy and Bridget Savage Cole

The film follows an ambitious chef (DeBose) who opens her first restaurant—a farm-to-table affair on a remote estate—where she battles kitchen chaos, a dubious investor, crushing self doubts… and the powerful spirit of the estate’s previous owner who threatens to sabotage her at every turn.

DeBose is known for many of her performances on stage and screen but she is probably best known for her turn as Anita in Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story. She not only won an Oscar for her performance but also  BAFTA, Critics Choice, and SAG Award. She became the first openly queer Afro Latina to win an Academy Award. DeBose will next star in Sony Pictures’ Kraven the Hunter and Matthew Vaughn’s action film Argylle for Apple. She will also star in Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s space thriller I.S.S and is set to return for the second season of the Apple TV+ musical comedy Schmigadoon! She was also featured in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix adaptation of the musical The Prom.

On stage, DeBose portrayed “Disco Donna” in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, which earned her a 2018 Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. She was also as an original cast member of  Hamilton.

Cole and Krudy’s debut feature Blow the Man Down premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival winning the festival’s prize for Best Narrative Screenplay before premiering internationally at the Toronto International Film Festival, and was nominated for an Indie Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay.

Prime Video and Blumhouse recently wrapped production on the slasher-comedy horror film Totally Killer, directed by Nahnathcka Khan starring Kiernan Shipka, Olivia Holt, Julie Bowen, and Randall Park, and will release the horror-drama and Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner Nanny from first-time feature writer/director Nikyatu Jusu December 16. Additionally, the two companies released the “Welcome to the Blumhouse” eight-film series in the past two years.

Producers for House of Spoils are Jason Blum for Blumhouse; Alex Scharfman, Lucas Joaquin, and Drew Houpt for Secret Engine; and Adam Hendricks and Greg Gilreath for Divide/Conquer. Executive producers are Chris McCumber and Jeremy Gold for Blumhouse Television.

DeBose is represented by CAA, AC Management, Jackoway Austen Tyerman, and The Lede Company. Krudy and Cole are represented by Grandview and CAA.