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Academy Award-winning writer and director Emerald Fennell has lined up the cast for her next film, Saltburn, with Jacob Elordi (Euphoria) and Barry Keoghan (The Batman) attached to star in the project from MRC Film. Deadline recently broke that Rosamund Pike also will co-star with principal photography set to begin this summer in the UK. The pic will be produced by Fennell and LuckyChap Entertainment’s Josey McNamara, Tom Ackerley and Margot Robbie.
Described as a story of obsession, other plot details are being kept under wraps. MRC will take the package to the Cannes market next week, and it is expected to be one of the hotter properties on the market. The film is Fennell’s follow-up to Promising Young Woman, which was nominated for several Oscars and won Best Original Screenplay for Fennell.
Saltburn will mark Elordi’s most high-profile feature film role following his breakout performance as Nate on the massive HBO hit series Euphoria. He recently was seen in Adrian Lyne’s feature Deep Water, opposite Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas. Up next, Elordi stars opposite Zachary Quinto in the indie He Went That Way.
Keoghan most recently joined the DC Universe as The Joker in Matt Reeves’ The Batman, opposite Robert Pattinson. He also can be seen in Marvel’s new franchise Eternals, directed by Chloe Zhao. He appears next in Martin McDonaugh’s The Banshees of Inisherin, also starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson.
Keoghan is represented by Management 360, WME, B-Side Management, & Sloane Offer Weber and Dern. Elordi is repped by Gersh, Nick Gluyas Management and Goodman Genow Schenkman. Pike is represented by United Agents in the UK and CAA and Magnolia Entertainment in the U.S.. Fennell is represented by UTA, United Agents, Management 360 and Hansen Jacobson Teller.
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Added new candids photos of Jacob Elordi leaving his hotel in New York City on his way to the Met Gala on May 02.
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Added new photos of Jacob Elordi attending The 2022 Met Gala Celebrating “In America: An Anthology of Fashion” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 02, 2022 in New York City.
Jacob Elordi, Tom Hardy, Henry Cavill and Idris Elba are reportedly being considered to play James Bond next.
Fans might be anxious to find out just which star will be the next James Bond following Daniel Craig‘s end as the MI-6 agent. However, according to producer Barbara Broccoli, they’ll be waiting quite a while.
While speaking to Variety, Barbara opened up about why it will take more than just a few weeks or months to decide on who will take up the mantle. “It’s a big decision,” she shared of the casting process. “It’s not just casting a role. It’s about a whole rethink about where we’re going.”
Euphoria concluded its sophomore season on a note of suspense for nearly every character, including Jacob Elordi’s unhinged and insecure teen Nate Jacobs. At a Euphoria FYC event held at the Academy Museum in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Elordi spoke to Deadline about what Nate calling the cops on his father (Eric Dean) means for his character.
“I think maybe he’s at the end of of his tether and that’s him facing his demon or his god even,” he said. “That’s kind of the last thing he can do.”
In addition to ratting out his dad in the season’s final episodes, Nate broke things off with Cassie (Sydney Sweeney), leaving her to confront the wrath and heartbreak of best friend Maddy (Alexa Demie). With fractured relationships and a tragic end for a Euphoria staple, season three has great potential to pick up the pieces. However, Elordi said he doesn’t yet know what’s in store for his character.
“I don’t know he’s so unpredictable and Sam (Levinson) is so unpredictable but I’m happy to see it go anywhere,” he said. “I trust Sam and he’s a bit of a mad genius so wherever he takes it I’m happy to go.”
While tightlipped about his character’s direction, Elordi did share that “my only hope is maybe I don’t have to walk silently down a high school hallway again.”
“I’m aging,” he added.