Filming for the fifth Transformers started a few weeks ago, and the blockbuster's cast continues to grow. Laura Haddock , well known to TV fans for her role as Lucrezia Donati from Da Vinci's Demons , announced on her Twitter that she would accept participation in work on new "Transformers" .|
Haddock will join Mark Wahlberg, Isabella Moner, Jerrod Carmichael and Josh Duhamel. True, the actress has not yet shared information about who she will play. The details of the plot of the future film are also kept secret.
Director Michael Bay is scripted by Art Markum, Ken Nolan and Matt Holloway. The worldwide release of the blockbuster is slated for June 23, 2017 .
The team of the new " Spider-Man " has also been replenished - the successful stand-up comedian and actor Hannibal Beres ("Hello Daddy, New Year"), as well as Isabella Amara ("Big Boss"), Jorge Lendeborg Jr. ("Promised Land") and J.J. Tota ("Other people"). There is no information about any of the new characters yet.
The blockbuster is directed by Jonathan Watts (Police Car). Tom Holland, we recall, plays a schoolboy Peter Parker , and Michael Keaton will portray the main villain of the film.
Rupert Friend (Hitman: Agent 47) got the role of Vasily Stalin in the movie The Death of Stalin ( The Death of Stalin*), starring Steve Buscemi, Simon Russell Beale and Paddy Considine. The director's chair of the project was taken by Armando Iannucci, and the plot was based on the graphic novel of the same name by Fabien Nuri.
According to the director, there will be a place for comedy and tragedy, truth and lies, life and death in the new film.Based on a true story, the film tells about the events that followed the death of Joseph Stalin. In the ranks of ministers, a serious struggle broke out for gaining power. Some intended to improve life in the USSR, while others were guided by personal motives. The only thing that united all these people was the desire to stay alive ...
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