Helena Bonham Carter and Rebecca Hall join Steve McQueen’s HBO series
December 4, 2014 - Finding Carter
The play follows a immature black man, played by Devon Terrell, as he rises by a ranks of New York high society, and tries to keep his puzzling past underneath wraps. Hall will play a daughter of a billionaire, while Bonham Carter will play a rich divorcee. Paul Dano also recently assimilated a cast, as an charitable businessman who helps give Terrell’s impression a leg adult into a high life.
McQueen is co-writing a array with World War Z clerk Matthew Michael Carnahan, as good as producing it and directing a pilot. Of Terrell, a visitor found after 10 months of scouring, McQueen has said: “I indispensable to find an unusual actor … Although you’re perplexing to find something we recognise, it’s some-more about anticipating something you’re astounded by. Devon had this quality.”
The array has begun shooting, so McQueen is now branch to uninformed projects. He announced he would make a underline film about a thespian and romantic Paul Robeson, saying: “His life and bequest was a film we wanted to make a second after Hunger, though we didn’t have a power, we didn’t have a juice.”
He’s also set to adapt a Lynda La Plante ITV array Widows for a large screen, changeable a movement to a US. Widows tells a story of 3 women, widowed after their bank pirate husbands are killed during a heist, who embark on a raid themselves regulating their husbands’ notebooks as guidance. McQueen will write and direct, while producers embody Iain Canning and Emile Sherman, who won a best design Oscar for The King’s Speech.