Margot Robbie joins Wes Anderson’s subsequent directing firm
Hollywood star Margot Robbie is the latest celebrity to join the star cast of Wes Anderson’s next film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, details of the film’s plot are being kept under wraps. The exact nature of the role is also unclear, although sources told the point of sale that it is naturally supported.
Robbie has joined previously announced cast members such as Adrien Brody, Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton. Another newcomer who will be on the project is Tom Hanks. The as yet untitled film, written and directed by Anderson, will be shot in Spain at the end of August.
The upcoming project is believed to have originally been slated to film in Rome but moved to Spain earlier this year. In Chinchon, a small town southeast of Madrid, sets that resemble a desert landscape have been created in the last two months, as reported by the Spanish outlet El Pais. However, it is not believed that the film is necessarily a western.
Robbie was on the run with daring and well-known filmmakers. It comes from the opening of The Suicide Squad, written and directed by James Gunn, which has received some of the strongest reviews of all time for a comic book film. Robbie is currently filming Damien Chazelle’s “Babylon”, which unites the Australian actor with her “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” co-star Brad Pitt. She recently completed production of an untitled David O. Russell film.
The Oscar-nominated actor will next appear in “Barbie,” based on the iconic line of toys directed by Greta Gerwig. Robbie is also producing the project through her banner, LuckyChap Entertainment. (ANI)
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