New Christopher Nolan‘s project Dunkirk is getting bigger and bigger every day. While in France crew, director and part of the cast are working already from a couple of weeks to prepare the start of the shooting this morning at 5 a.m (we will be with them soon so don’t miss all our update on our Facebook page in the next few days); three new names have just been added to the cast.
We are talking about James D’Arcy (Agent Carter’s Mr Jarvis, Jupiter Ascending, W.E.); Barry Keoghan (’71) and Tom Glynn-Carney (Casuality).
The cast already includes Tom Hardy (Revenant, Inception), Mark Rylance (Bridge of Spies, The Other Boleyn Girl), Kenneth Branagh (Valkyrie, Henry V, Hamlet), Aneurin Barnard (Bitter Harvest, BBC War and Peace, The White Queen) and One Direction heartthrop Harry Styles.
Dunkirk is an upcoming historical drama war film written, co-produced and directed by Christopher Nolan. The story is set in World War II during the evacuation of British, French and Belgian troops from the northern French city of Dunkirk.
Based on a Nolan‘s original screenplay, by January 2016, composer Hans Zimmer had already begun working on the score.
Warner Bros set the film for a 21 July 2017 release in UK.