Connie Nielsen, from “Wonder Woman,” will costar with Kaley Cuoco in “Role Play.” In the thriller “Role Play,” Connie Nielsen will star alongside Kaley Cuoco, David Oyelowo, and Bill Nighy. The specifics of Nielsen’s part in the film are a secret.
In the thriller “Role Play,” Connie Nielsen will star alongside Kaley Cuoco, David Oyelowo, and Bill Nighy. According to Deadline, Nielsen’s part in the Studio canal, Picture Company, and Amazon Prime Video film is being kept under wraps.
A married couple’s (Cuoco and Oyelowo) lives are turned upside down in the Thomas Vincent-directed film when secrets about one another’s pasts are revealed.
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Nighy plays an enigmatic man who enters their life. Seth Owen and Andrew Baldwin are credited with writing “Role Play,” according to Deadline. George Heller, an executive producer at Brillstein Grey, came up with the concept for the film.
The Picture Company production, to which Amazon Prime Video acquired the U.S. and numerous overseas regions, is entirely financed by Studiocanal.
Due to their long-term agreement with Studio canal, Alex Heineman and Andrew Rona of the Picture Company are producing. Through her Yes Norman Productions, Cuoco produces. Nielsen has had some incredible parts.
According to Deadline, she played Queen Hippolyta in the Warner Bros./DC films Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman 1984, and Justice League: The Snyder Cut. A Hollywood actor co-starred with Russell Crowe in the Oscar-winning film “Gladiator.
“Nielsen will next be seen in Viaplay’s “The Dreamer,” which had its world debut at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Along with “Ocean Deep,” which Liza Bolton is directing, she recently starred alongside Christopher Eccleston in the AMCChannel 4 series “Close to Me,” and she costarred with Stellan Skarsgard in Martha Coolidge’s film “I’ll Find You.”
Her upcoming feature film credits include “Nobody,” “The Inheritance,” “The Catcher Was a Spy,” and “Nymphomaniac,” while her upcoming television series include “I Am the Night from Patty Jenkins,” “Boss,” “The Following,” with Kevin Bacon, “The Catcher Was a Spy,” and “The Good Wife.”
Role Play has been entirely financed by Studiocanal and is available to us via Picture Company, Amazon Prime Video, and Studiocanal. In the United States and many other countries, Amazon Prime Video is the exclusive distributor.
As part of their long-term agreement with Studiocanal, The Picture Company partners Alex Heineman and Andrew Rona are producing the movie. It is being produced by Cuoco through her business, Yes Norman Productions.
Role Play is a project about which not much is currently known, but it sounds intriguing, and Vincent is putting together a strong ensemble. I am interested to see how this one will turn out.