Anthony and Joe Russo are re-teaming up for a new stolen movie by AGBO and Netflix Emmy-winning storyteller Noah Howley and a new cast starring Emmy-nominated Reggie-Jean Page.
Written and directed by Howley, the title plot details of the movie are still being kept secret, but the thriller is based on the original ideas of the creators of “Fargo” and “Legion”.
In addition to starring in the film, Page executive will produce with Angela Rousseau-Autost. Anthony and Joe Rousseau will co-produce AGBO’s Mike LaRoco and Howley under his 26 Key banner.
“AGBO was originally established to collaborate with our artists, which we highly respect and appreciate. We are very pleased to be able to fulfill that promise by supporting this new film by Noah Howley and Reggie-Jean Page,” Lorocca said in a statement announcing the project.
The new movie marks another high-profile role for Page, who quickly became one of Hollywood’s most talked about stars (and lead actor-nominated) Simon Bassett, starring in “Breedarton” of the Duke of Hastings. Drama from Shandland. The actor adapted from Paramount’s “Danzions and Dragons” and starred in Netflix’s “The Gray Man”, where he first teamed up with AGBO and directors Anthony and Joe Russo.
As part Of diversity On the cover story spotlighting page, Anthony Russo praised the actor for his versatility.
“[Joe and I] Rousseau said that like actors who are constantly willing to innovate and push themselves into new places. “With Reg, we knew him as a certain thing in a short time, but he’s an incredibly talented actor, and he can go a lot differently as an actor.”
Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans and Anna de Armas starred in the recently wrapped action thriller and continues the successful relationship between AGBO and Netflix, which previously created “Extract” written by Joe Russo.
Howley made his feature-film directing debut with the magical realism drama, “Lucy in the Sky”, starring Natalie Portman. His sixth novel, “Anthem” (following his New York Times bestseller “For Before the Fall”) will be published in January 2022 by Grand Central Publishing.
CAA and McQueen Frankel have reconsidered Whitehead Howley. The page is represented by The Artist Partnership in the UK.