Mark Rylance and Dylan O’Brien star in Graham Moore’s gangster film Chicago.
Script writer Graham Moore, who won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay in 2015 for “The Imitation Game”, has enlisted in the military Mark Rylance and Dylan O’Brien starred in his directorial debut, “Skin. “Set in gangster-infested Chicago, the film was released by Focus Features in February. Below, find the first trailer for the film.
Oscar-winning Rylance (“Bridge of Spies”) stars as Leonard, an English tailor who once makes custom suits on London’s famous Savile Row. He came to Chicago after a personal tragedy, where he ran a tailor shop in a rudimentary part of town, making beautiful clothes for the only people in the neighborhood who could afford them: a family black family.
Also starring O’Brien (“The Maze Runner”), Zoey Deutch (“Set It Up”), Johnny Flynn (“Emma”), Simon Russell Beale (“The Hollow Crown”) and Nikki Amuka -Bird (“No”).
Moore co-wrote the screenplay with Jonathan McClain. It marks the screenwriting debut of McClain, who wrote for the Disney Channel series “Liv and Maddie: Cali Style” and is perhaps best known for playing Don Draper’s agent Alan Silver in the previous season of the series. “Mad Men”.
Dick Pope, nominated for an Academy Award for “Mr. Turner” and “The Illusionist,” are the DPs. “Argo” Oscar winner, William Goldenberg is editing and Oscar nominee of “Finding Neverland”, Gemma Jackson is production designer, Deadline reported in February.
The producers are Scoop Wasserstein, Ben Browning and Amy Jackson. FilmNation sponsored the film.
“If you had told me many years ago, when Johnathan and I first dreamed of this story, that I would be directing my first movie with a talented cast like Mark, Zoey, Dylan and Johnny, then I said you were crazy. And honestly, if you had said it at the time, you probably would have been,” Moore said in February.
After writing, producing, and directing a number of short films, Moore went on to join the staff of the television adaptation of “10 Things I Hate About You,” which ran for a season beginning in 2009.
In 2010 his first book was published. “The Sherlockian,” a New York Times bestseller, travels between the time periods in London and New York, weaving the history of Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle into a new series of mysteries.
His first feature film project was an adaptation of Andrew Hodges’ biography “Alan Turing: The Enigma,” a screenplay that appeared on the 2011 Blacklist. The film was released in 2014, starring by Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing, the codebreaker who decoded German intelligence messages to the British during World War II.
Moore’s second book, “The Last Days of Night,” was published in 2016. The book explores the rivalry between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse and is told through the eyes of Westinghouse’s attorney. Moore’s own screenplay adaptation of the book appeared on the 2016 Black List; That year, Deadline reported that Morten Tyldum was directing.
Wild Bunch International at AFM last month kicked off sales of “Mind Fall,” a futuristic thriller written by Moore and starring Daisy Ridley and directed by Mathieu Kassovitz.
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