Sarah Silverman, the voice of Wreck-It Ralph’s Vanellope von Schweetz, has been roped in by director Colin Trevorrow of “Jurassic World” fame for his upcoming film titled “The Book Of Henry.” Read for more detailed information.
With Silverman, the other members who joined the team of Trevorrow’s Henry are Lee Pace aka Thranduil of “The Hobbit” series and Dean Norris of “Breaking Bad’s” fame, reported The Wrap. Before them, names of Naomi Watts of “Birdman,” Jaeden Lieberher of “St. Vincent” fame and Jacob Tremblay of “The Smurfs 2” have already been confirmed by the director for his secret project.
2012’s “Safety Not Guaranteed” maker Trevorrow called “The Book of Henry’ as his extraordinary project with outstanding screenwriting that was in his mind for years and he is feeling so grateful to be able to tell this story. He declared the story as a true and original one, meaning not taken from anywhere.
The most important part of this project is script writing for which the director has called bestselling novelist Gregg Hurwitz. Sidney Kimmel Entertainment together with Double Nickel Entertainment will handle the co-producing and financing sections of the film about which nothing has been revealed yet. Sidney Kimmel, Jenette Kahn and Adam Richman will look after the production whereas Carla Hacken and Jim Tauber will work as executive producers for the project.
It was also revealed that the shoot for the same will start soon and after its completion Trevorrow will start shooting for the “Star Wars: Episode IX” (2019), as mentioned by him earlier. Silverman’s “I Smile Back” is going to release on October 23 while her “Ashby,” “Still Punching the Clown,” and “Conner4real,” are in under different production stages.
Even though no release date has been assigned to the film yet, it is believed that the movie will be released next year in 2016. So, if you are really excited to know about the mysterious movie then keep looking for more updates here.
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