Jojo Rabbit star negotiates role in new M. Night Shyamalan film

Jojo Rabbit star negotiates role in new M. Night Shyamalan film

Jojo Rabbit star negotiates role in new M. Night Shyamalan film
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Indian director M. Night Shyamalan gained great recognition with the trilogy Corpo Fechado, which began in 2001 in theaters. His newest project is still under wraps, but rumors about the casting are already popping up, and bring Thomasin McKenzie as a possible star.

The 19-year-old New Zealand actress, nominated for the 2019 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards in the category of Best Young Actress for Leave No Trace, was one of the most talked about new names last year for her important role in the Oscar-winning film Jojo Rabbit for Best Screenplay Adapted by the work of Taika Waititi.

According to reports released this week in the international media, McKenzie is currently negotiating a role in the film, and he is not the only one: Eliza Scalen (Lovely Women), Aaron Pierre (Krypton) and Alex Wolff (Jumanji) are also in discussions. casting.

With no title or storyline released to date, the only thing known so far about M. Night Shyamalan’s next film was its release date, originally expected to premiere on February 26, 2021 in theaters, but which has been removed from the Universal Pictures’ premiere schedule indefinitely due to current pandemic conditions and the film is still a long way from being shot.

In the meantime, learn more about M. Night Shyamalan’s work at Cinema10.

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