The crownis Josh O’Connor and Normal peoplePaul Mescal was cast to star in upcoming gay love movie The history of sound.
Based on the short story of Pushcart Prize winner Ben Shattuck, this World War I love story sees Mescal as Lionel and O’Connor as David. These two young men set out to record the lives, voices and music of their fellow Americans who traveled to Europe to fight this war.
“In this fleeting, snatched moment of their young life, and discovering the epic sweep of the United States, the two men are profoundly transformed,” it reads. Deadlinedescription of the plot.
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The director of the film is Oliver Hermanus, whose last feature film Moffie was nominated for a BAFTA this year.
Andrew Kortschak and Lisa Ciuffetti, who previously collaborated on The art of self-defense, produce alongside It comes at night‘s Andréa Roa.
“Working with Oliver, Ben, Paul and Josh is a huge privilege,” Kortschak told the publication. “We are all struck by the beautiful and resounding short story of Ben, exploring love, loss and memory. We are more than excited to bring this story to the screen with this amazing team.”
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Manufacturing on The history of sound should start next summer in the United States and on site in the United Kingdom and Italy.
Meanwhile, O’Connor, who earlier this year won an Emmy for his role as Prince Charles on Netflix The crown, is the next to play in Aisha with Marvel’s Letitia Wright and Lee with Kate Winslet and Jude Law.
Mescal also stays busy after his role as Connell in BBC and HBO drama Normal people Last year. We will see it next in that of Maggie Gyllenhaal The lost girl with Olivia Colman.
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