JoJo Siwa will soon star alongside Jade Pettyjohn in the horror-thriller All My Friends Are Dead from Saw writer Marcus Dunstan, according to Deadline.

The film is set to follow a group of close university friends who get a great deal on an amazing Airbnb to stay at while they visit the biggest music festival of the year.

Things quickly take a turn for the worst as the friends begin to get murdered one by one, with the survivors realising that each killing directly relates to one of the seven deadly sins.

“I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the upcoming movie All My Friends Are Dead,” Siwa said of the project.

“This is a project that is so different from anything I’ve done previously; however, I absolutely love horror movies and I can’t wait to start production!

“I’m also excited to work with Jade again. We worked together when we were younger and can’t wait to create this movie together.”

READ MORE: JoJo Siwa says she’s “honoured” to be considered a gay icon

Casting for All My Friends Are Dead is ongoing, with filming scheduled to begin in Canada this spring.

John Baldecchi is set to produce the movie, with Dominic Ianno, Jason Resnick, Kevin Greutert, Clay Epstein and Dan Rubin all serving as executive producers.

Dunstan will direct from a screenplay written by Josh Sims and Jessica Sarah Flaum.

A release date for All My Friends Are Dead is yet to be announced.