Rocket man and Kingsman star Taron Egerton replaced The batmanby Robert Pattinson in a romantic drama thriller titled The stars at noon.
As reported by Hollywood journalist, the old one dusk the actor of the saga had to withdraw from the film due to scheduling conflicts.
The role in question is of a man who works for a dubious British oil company and meets a struggling reporter in a hotel bar, and they get tangled up.
The film is set in the Central American country of Nicaragua during a time of political turmoil and violence. The novel it is based on was released in 1980.
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The film is directed by Claire Denis, who previously worked with Pattinson on High life, a 2018 sci-fi horror film. The people behind the project took it to Cannes to find buyers.
Egerton has a few projects in store for Apple. Earlier this year, it was announced that he would be directing a six-part detective television series titled With the devil, as well as a film about the creation and development of the iconic video game Tetris.
Of course there is a third Kingsman film in planning, but we don’t know when it will start production.
Meanwhile, Pattinson The batman finished filming in March and is slated for release next year.
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