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July 01, 2016 An Interview with God - News - Projects

Yahoo Movies has shared some details on Brenton’s newest project, An Interview with God.

Brenton Thwaites and David Straithairn are starring in the faith-based drama “An Interview with God,” which is wrapping shooting in the New York City area.

Perry Lang (“Weeds”) is directing from a screenplay by Ken Aguado. The cast also includes Yael Grobglas (“Jane The Virgin”), Hill Harper (“Concussion, CSI: NY”) and Charlbi Dean Kriek.

Aguado and Fred Bernstein are producing with Richard L. Jackson, founder of Giving Films, and Paul Kurta.

“An Interview with God” is set in New York City with Thwaites playing an up-and-coming journalist when he’s granted an interview with a man who claims to be God, portrayed by Strathairn.

“We wanted to make an accessible film that explored core aspects of faith and inspiration, but one that would also stand on its own as great entertainment,” Aguado said in a statement.

Bernstein added, “Through a provocative story, ‘An Interview with God’ poses a simple yet profound question to the audience: If you could interview God, what would you ask?”

Producers plan to release the film in 2017.

Brenton recently shared a set photo on his Instagram account.

Interesting mountain of dialogue this past month, filming #aninterviewwithgod #onlyinnyc

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May 14, 2016 News

Divergent and Suicide Squad star Jai Courtney is to play alongside two-time Oscar winner Michael Douglas and rising actor Brenton Thwaites (Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) in intriguing Cannes package The God Four.

Todd Komarnicki (Resistance), writer of upcoming Clint Eastwood-Tom Hanks biopic Sully and producer of Will Ferell comedy Elf, has written and will direct the feature, which is based on Ron Irwin’s novel Flat Water Tuesday.

Courtney will star as Rob Carrey, a documentary filmmaker who, on the eve of his 10-year school reunion, discovers that one member of their championship rowing crew has just committed suicide.

The revelation prompts him to revisit his fateful senior year, a time of rivalry, romance and dangerous secrets.

Wall Street star Douglas will play Carrey’s former coach and Thwaites an Olympic hopeful rower. The role of the female coxswain has yet to be cast.

Shoot is due to get underway next month in Massachusetts.

Source: Screen

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February 25, 2016 Gods of Egypt - Video

Three official clips from Gods of Egypt have been released. You can watch them below:



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February 04, 2016 News - Office Uprising

In a pre-Berlin move, Australian actor Brenton Thwaites has signed on to star in the zombie action movie “Office Uprising,” Variety has learned.

Steven C. Miller (“Marauders”) is directing from a script written by Ian Shorr and Peter Gamble. The film is produced by Giulia Prenna (“The Evil Gene”) and William Clevinger.

“Office Uprising” is set inside one of the world’s leading arms manufacturers where a substance is slipped into the employees’ drinks by the board of directors that supposedly makes them work more efficiently. Due to a slacker within the company, though, they are fed the wrong formula and start turning into homicidal maniacs — leaving the slacker needing to step up his game to rescue himself and his friends from the growing zombie plague inside the company compound.

“Fans of the growing zombie genre craze are going to love ‘Office Uprising,’” said the Exchange’s Brian O’Shea. “We are truly excited to have cast Brenton Thwaites, a sensational, versatile young leading man who will hit the comedic notes and sell the action.”

Source: Variety