Director David O. Russell’s super secret untitled film continues to round out its cast with some major star power.
Earlier this week, we learned that Academy Award winner Rami Malek and Guardians of the Galaxy vet Zoe Saldana have both signed on for director David O. Russell’s upcoming untitled feature film currently in the works over at New Regency.
Now, a whole new slew of Hollywood A-listers have also joined the cast of the film.
According to Deadline, actors Robert De Niro, Mike Myers. Timothy Olyphant, Michael Shannon, Chris Rock, and Anya Taylor-Joy have all joined the cast of Russell’s untitled project.
Other actors who have also signed on as of Friday (January 15) include Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts. And Alessandro Nivola.
The American Hustle helmer’s next feature film remains shrouded in secrecy— but you can read up on everything we know so far about who’s set to appear as part of the ensemble cast below!
Original Story (1/13/21):
Actors Rami Malek and Zoe Saldana are the latest stars to join the cast of director David O. Russel’s next feature film.
Academy Award nominated director David O. Russell continues to add more star power to the upcoming untitled film he’s got coming down the pipeline at New Regency.
According to Deadline, actress Zoe Saldana and Academy Award winner Rami Malek are the latest stars to join the cast of the untitled project.
Malek and Saldana join a star-studded cast which includes the likes of Christian Bale (Thor: Love and Thunder, Margot Robbie (Gotham City Sirens), and John David Washington (Netflix’s Malcolm and Marie, all of whom had previously signed on to appear in the American Hustle helmer’s next film.
Unfortunately, fans of the filmmaker who are interested in finding out more about what the plot of the film entails will have to sit tight. Those involved with the untitled project are keeping tight lipped on what the film will focus on. One thing we do know is that the movie is said to be based on an original idea that comes from Russell himself.
Currently, there’s no word on when we might expect to see the David O. Russell film hit the big screen.