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Eric D. Howell will make his feature directorial debut with the film, which is based on the Italian novel “La Voce Della Pietra” by Silvio Raffo.
Emilia Clarke is set to star in the indie psychological thriller Voice From the Stone.
Eric D. Howell will make his feature directorial debut with the film, which is based on the Italian novel La Voce Della Pietra by Silvio Raffo. Andrew Shaw is adapting the screenplay.
Set in 1950s Tuscany, Voice From the Stone centers on a nurse (Clarke) who is helping a boy through the trauma of his mother’s sudden death. As she works with the troubled child, she becomes ensnared by a malevolent force inside the family’s castle.
Voice From the Stone is scheduled to start principal photography in November in Italy.
Dean Zanuck and Stefano Gallini-Durante are producing the Zanuck Independent and Code 39 Films production. Mark Wheaton is executive producing.
Even though “Game of Thrones” has been renewed for two more seasons, Emilia Clarke is not slowing down on her film career one bit. Deadline reports Clarke has joined the cast of upcoming WWI drama “The Guns of August,” which also has Helena Bonham Carter and Charles Dance starring.
Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning non-fiction book of the same name by Barbara W. Tuchman, “The Guns of August” will trace the first month of World War I, “thirty days in the summer of 1914 that determined the course of the conflict, the century, and ultimately our present world.” Filming under the direction of Oliver Hirschbiegel will begin next year, with the film out to buyers in Cannes now.
Clarke is best known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen on HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” now in its fourth season, and she’s currently filming the lead role of Sarah Connor in the new “Terminator” reboot. She also just signed on to play Bonnie Parker opposite Nicholas Hoult’s Clyde Barrow in a new biopic of the notorious outlaw couple called “Go Down Together.”
Michael Sucsy is directing the adaptation of Jeff Guinn’s non-fiction book about the young criminals
“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke and “X-Men” actor Nicholas Hoult will play bank-robbing duo Bonnie and Clyde in Michael Sucsy’s “Go Down Together,” TheWrap has learned.
Sucsy is attached to direct from a script by Sheldon Turner (“Up in the Air”) and David Auburn (“Proof”), who adapted Jeff Guinn’s non-fiction book “Go Down Together: The True, Untold Story of Bonnie and Clyde.”
“Go Down Together” is a revisionist take on the legend of Clyde Barrow and femme fatale Bonnie Parker, young lovers who left at least seven bodies in their wake as they robbed banks throughout the Depression-era South.
Hoult’s casting had been recently rumored, while Clarke is newly linked to the project, which has been in development for several years. (source)
Emilia Clarke has opened up about her joy of working with veteran actor Jude Law in her big screen debut, Dom Hemingway.
The actress, who rose to fame in 2011 as Daenerys Targaryen in the hugely-popular TV show Game Of Thrones, couldn’t contain her excitement when she was asked what it was like working alongside the actor.
“I’ve rated Jude Law since I saw him for the first time in the Talented Mr Ripley,” she revealed. “I always thought he was a phenomenal actor, and that was backed a million per cent when I got the chance to do this film.”
Emilia, who plays Jude’s daughter Evelyn in the black comedy, added that she was “blown away” by his skills on screen.
“I remember the first day I was filming with him and I was just blown away. He’s just got so much energy and gives so much.
“He’s just so engrossed in this glorious character that he’s created. He’s utterly magnetic on the screen.”
Jude plays Dom Hemingway in the film, directed and written by Richard Shepard, who finds himself back on the streets of London after 12 years in prison. And Emilia, who takes on the role of his estranged daughter, ends up back in contact with him after he comes knocking on her door after a string of failed attempts at trying to collect what he’s owed from his gangster roots.
“He’s so charismatic and so loveable that he gets away with everything,” revealed Emilia about Jude’s illusive character.
And speaking about working with Richard Shepard, who has also directed several episodes of Girls, she added: “You meet hims and you’re like of course you’re a genius, of course you wrote this incredible script – it makes complete sense. Richard’s an amazing, wonderful, glorious, brilliant, lovely, fantastic director.”