Chicago Fire's Miranda Rae Mayo and Yuriy Sardarov reunite on movie Daddy

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Chicago Fire stars Miranda Rae Mayo and Yuriy Sardarov are set to reunite for a new dystopian dark comedy movie.

The pair, who have played the roles of Stella Kidd and Brian Zvonecek on the series and a number of its sister shows, will star in Daddy, according to Deadline.

The movie will focus on a dystopian society where the government determines who can and cannot father children, with four men attending a state-sanctioned retreat in the Californian mountains.

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Photo credit: Tibrina Hobson - Getty Images

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However, they turn up to find no instructions or guides, and are left to their own devices to prove to themselves and each other whether they have what it takes to be fathers.

Daddy has been written and directed by Neal Kelley and Jono Sherman, with production due to begin next week.

Sardarov's Chicago Fire character Zvonecek was killed off back in 2019 after losing his life in a mattress factory fire.

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Photo credit: Pascal Le Segretain - Getty Images

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Meanwhile, the series recently cast Agents of SHIELD star Brett Dalton for season 10, in the role of Jason Pelham, Firehouse 51's new interim lieutenant.

Reacting to the news last month, Dalton wrote: "Well this is a first! (And hopefully not the last). Tune in this week for my first episode on #chicagofire @nbconechicago . It's gonna be [fire]."

It comes after the recent exit of Jesse Spencer as Captain Matt Casey, who left Chicago to take care of his late friend's sons in Oregon.

Speaking about his exit, the star admitted: "It's hard to say goodbye, you know, see you soon, kind of thing. It was bittersweet but I really enjoyed it and we got some laughs out of it."

Chicago Fire airs on NBC in the US and on Sky Witness in the UK.

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