It seems that last year's scandal surrounding the announcement of the winner of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for Best Film did not spoil the relationship between the creators of the films "La La Land" and "Moonlight". As it became known to the publication Deadline, the producer of the musical Mark E. Platt has invited the director of the Oscar-winning drama, Barry Jenkins, to lead the work on the action-packed thriller The Expatriate.|
Details of the plot of the project by Marc Platt Productions are still kept secret. At the moment, we only know that the action of the thriller will unfold in the 70s, and it will focus on hijacking an airplane.
The script for the film, in collaboration with Logan Coles, was written by actor Chadwick Boseman. According to insiders, the star of the upcoming superhero blockbuster Black Panther is also slated to star in The Expatriate.
Mark E. Platt will be co-produced by Emmy Award winners Adam Siegel (Scott Pilgrim vs. All) and Mark Johnson (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul).
It is possible that the "Expatriate" may go into production in the very near future, as free windows have finally appeared in the busy work schedules of Jenkins and Boseman. The former recently completed filming the drama If Beale Street Could Talk, and the latter completed work on the fourth part of The Avengers.
The Topic of Article: The Black Panther Star Will Hijack the Plane.