Netflix's feature film Absolute Dominion will shoot entirely in Nevada from later this month creating more than 600 jobs for local cast and crew.
Filming is set to take place at Terrible’s Hotel and Casino in Jean until June.
Set in 2085, Absolute Dominion centres on a world that has nearly been destroyed by religious terrorism where cities in countries all over the world have been annihilated.
Desperate for a solution to save humanity, the United Nations votes to implement a concept created by a popular internet
comedian called The Battle Of Absolute Dominion. All qualifying belief systems will send one representative to compete in a martial arts tournament, the last fighter standing wins absolute dominion for one faith.
The $13m budgeted production is hoping to receive about $2m from Nevada's film tax credit programme.
Jason Blum's Blumhouse (The Purge, Paranormal Activity, Get Out) will produce with Lexi Alexander as director.