Katherine Langford will continue to deal with death in her next big project – albeit in a lot of different.
Per The Hollywood Reporter, the 13 reasons why Actress was cast Knife out, the murder mystery of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Director Rian Johnson. Details of the character Langford will be playing were not announced at the time of their casting.
Langford joins a Sterling cast including stars such as Marvel Cinematic universe star Chris Evans. Sorry for bothering you Actor Lakeith Stanfield, Halloween icon Jamie Lee Curtis, Blade Runner 2049 Eruption Ana de Armas, Oscar-nominated actor Michael Shannon, Golden Globe winner Toni Collette, Miami Vice Legend Don Johnson and Bond – James Bond – Himself, Daniel Craig. Christopher Plummer, who made headlines last year as "The Dude" Ridley Scott to replace Kevin Spacey Everything in the money of the world," and It The film series star Jaeden Lieberher completes the cast.
About Knife out At this point, it's pretty thin, with the only solid knowledge we have that Craig, as a detective, has the edge and uses his unparalleled skills to solve what is described as a "modern murder mystery." " On the whole, Knife out is billed as if it were in the past from Johnson's previous films – including brick and Looper – by resorting to a "singular vision". Sounds like the movie is a part Murder on the Orient Express and part of the story driven by stories, with a potential shot of unexpected turns for taste.
News of Langford's bond at Knife out Shortly after Johnson announced that the film had begun main photography on October 30 in Boston, Massachusetts Twitter page, the filmmaker shared a black and white image of a production blackboard with the caption "Aaaaaaaaaa and we go".
Since then, Langford as Hannah Baker has been astounded by the Netflix drama series, which has become a global phenomenon 13 reasons whyIn a chronicle describing a group of high school students as they grapple with the circumstances and events leading up to their classmate's suicide, the actress has become a hot commodity. Marvel Studios and directing duo Joe and Anthony Russo recently secured Langford Avenger 4, in a role that was not surprisingly announced yet. Netflix also used it for another series exclusively dedicated to the streaming platform: the Frank Miller co-venture project Curseddepicting the legend of King Arthur.
Although she is best known for her work on the small screen, Langford has also demonstrated her talents on the silver screen. This year she appeared as Vesna in The misguided ones and impresses as Leah Burke in the crazy teen-romantic comedy drama I love Simon,
It is obvious that everyone wants a piece of Langford these days, and it will be interesting to see them move from projects that target a younger audience (their two biggest roles 13 reasons why and in I love Simonare favorites among the teenagers) Knife out – Which sounds like something that parents may not want their teens and teens to see without supervision.
From FilmNation Entertainment and Media Rights Capital, the production company behind Baby driver and Mortal Engines, Knife out does not have a release date yet.