Tilda Swinton joins Michael Fassbender in new David Fincher film

Tilda Swinton has joined Michael Fassbender in the cast of David Fincher’s new film, The killer.

Fassbender has already been confirmed to star in the project, the sequel to Fincher’s latest film, the Oscar-nominated look at Hollywood history. man, with Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried.

Filming for the feature film – which will be released on Netflix – was due to start in Paris this fall, but appears to have been postponed until next year.

Tilda’s involvement in the project goes through The Playlist, which also confirms that the Oscar-winning actress will play an assassin in the film, based on the French graphic novel series of the same name.

The actress confirmed her involvement in the project with the website, stating: “Well yes, I think I am [starring in the film]. But that’s next year. It’s a whole different story!

The killer will adapt Alexis Nolent’s series of graphic novels, following an anonymous assassin (Fassbender) who begins to “have a psychological crisis in a world without a moral compass”. The original series debuted in 1998, and its last Collected Edition was released in 2017.

Tilda can then be seen in Wes Anderson’s frequent collaborator. The French dispatch, which received very good reviews at the Cannes Film Festival. iD called it one of the best movies of the year.

She’s also involved in Wes’ upcoming project, a mysterious musical currently filming with Tom Hanks (!) And Margot Robbie.

For Fincher, The killer is his next film to be released under his contract with Netflix. The first version of this agreement was from last year man, who explored the making of Citizen Kane, with Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried nominated for Oscars for their roles as screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and Golden Age actress Marion Davies.

The killer will also work as a comeback of sorts for Michael Fassbender. The Irish-German actor has not appeared in a movie since 2019 Dark phoenix (who can blame him). He currently has two projects in post-production; martial arts comedy Kung Fury 2 (of course) and Taika Waititi’s sports drama comedy Next goal wins.

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