“Matrix Resurrections” star Jessica Henwick is heading to “The Royal Hotel” with Julia Garner. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed Henwick has boarded Kitty Green’s social thriller, as has Hugo Weaving. News about Garner’s casting broke last month.
Directed and co-written by Green, “The Royal Hotel” is impressed by true occasions, and sees finest associates Hanna (Garner) and Liv (Henwick) backpacking in Australia. “After they run out of money, Liv, looking for an adventure, convinces Hanna to take a temporary live-in job behind the bar of a pub called The Royal Hotel in a remote Outback mining town,” the supply teases. “Bar owner Billy (Weaving) and a host of locals give the girls a riotous introduction to Down Under drinking culture, but things turn nasty when their jokes and behavior cross the line. Soon Hanna and Liv find themselves trapped in an unnerving situation that grows rapidly out of their control.”
The See-Saw Films title will start manufacturing this summer season in Australia. HanWay Films will launch gross sales this week through a web based presentation.
Kitty has a really distinctive cinematic voice, and had been thrilled to be collaborating together with her on this gripping, rollercoaster of a journey into the guts of the Australian outback, stated Emile Sherman and Iain Canning, who’re producing for See-Saw.
Like we noticed with ‘The Assistant,’ ‘The Royal Hotel’ will get beneath the pores and skin of audiences, bringing a way of adrenaline and fringe of seat compulsion to look at, Green burdened. We are delighted to be including the unbelievable Jessica Henwick and Hugo Weaving to our solid alongside the sensible Julia Garner.
We are vastly excited to work with See-Saw Films on ‘The Royal Hotel,’” HanWay Films managing director Gabrielle Stewart added. “Following in the thematic footsteps of ‘The Assistant,’ this time Kitty Green will get to crank up the strain with a chilling, entertaining, but all too recognizable story of younger ladies confronting the poisonous masculine surroundings that threatens their journey of a lifetime. A common story that’s horribly recognizable.
Garner and Green beforehand collaborated on “The Assistant,” a tense drama a couple of younger aspiring producer working for a Harvey Weinstein-like predatory mogul. Docs “Casting JonBenet” and “Ukraine Is Not a Brothel” are amongst Green’s earlier tasks.
Garner not too long ago starred in “Inventing Anna,” Shonda Rhimes’ tackle conwoman Anna Delvey. A two-time Emmy winner for Ozark, Garners different credit embody Dirty John and The Americans. Next, she’s toplining Natalie Erika James psychological thriller Apartment 7A.
Henwick is amongst the ensemble cast of “Knives Out 2,” which is anticipated to debut later this 12 months. She counts “Blade Runner: Black Lotus,” “Game of Thrones,” and “Iron Fist” amongst her different tasks.