David Harbour joins Steven Soderbergh’s No Sudden Move…
The forthcoming movie is headed for HBO Max and began production yesterday, Monday, September 28, 2020, with Harbour and Fraser hopping on board the project that also includes Ray Liotta, Jon Hamm, Kieran Culkin, and Julia Fox.
With a script penned by Ed Solomon, the plot of No Sudden Move is set in 1950s Detroit. The heist will be carried out by a group of amateur criminals who are tasked with stealing a document whose contents are unknown.
When their plan goes wrong, it becomes obvious that the papers contain important information, forcing the thieves to find out who hired them and why.
Soderbergh is known for movies like these and they are generally well-received so fans should expect a continuation of that legacy.
Cherry starring Tom Holland finds a home in Apple…
Reports have revealed that Apple has paid an amount north of $40 million to acquire the rights of Cherry.
Based on the novel by Nico Walker, it tells a tale of love, war, PTSD, and drug addiction, with Tom Holland leading the cast as the troubled protagonist.
Cherry is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo (Avengers: Endgame) and it follows Nico (Holland) in his first year of college as he falls in love, experiences breakup, and joins the army.
Nico’s girlfriend returns to him before he heads off to Iraq, returning with undiagnosed PTSD and a prescription for Oxycontin. The young couple soon goes from pills to heroin as Nico starts to rob banks to pay their debts and feed.
The Russos have an impressive track record when it comes to movies. Hopefully Cherry won’t be a disappointment.
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