Even as Hollywood waits to see when the productions will return, Cate Blanchett is making her busy film slate, as A-Lister is signing two more movie projects with high-profile directors. He is set to join James Gray’s next film “Armageddon Times” in RT Features and is set to join the minimalist cast of Adam Mac’s new Netflix movie “Danube Look Up” starring Jennifer Lawrence.
These improvements follow recent news that Blanchett will star in the adaptation of the popular video game “Borderslands” to Lionset, which has him reunited with director Eli Roth. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
“Armageddon Time” will be written and directed by Gray’s “Ad Astra” partner RT Features. The story brings Gray’s own experience as a student at K-Forest School in Queens. Fred Trump served on the board of the private school and Donald Trump was an alumnus. The principal of the school will be a central character.
Variety first released it will be Gray’s next film at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
Mack’s new film was announced in February, and they teamed up with Lawrence, the two low-level astronomers who embarked on a media tour to compose and direct the upcoming tour Mack to warn mankind about the upcoming asteroid, his first film being a streaming. Marks for the platform. The first of the films is featured on a streaming platform.
For Blankett, the films are already part of a very busy year. Earlier this year, the actress finished shooting her character for the Guillermo del Toro thriller “Nightman Ale” with Bradley Cooper before production was suspended due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
Blanchett can currently be seen on FX in Hulu’s series “Mrs.” America, “where she is garnering rave reviews for her portrayal of Phyllis Schloffley, and is expected to appear in the mix in the upcoming Emmy season.”
He was re-elected by the CAA.