Elizabeth Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki attends the 10th Annual Governors Awards gala hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at the the Dolby Theater at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, California on November 18, 2018. (AFP/Valerie Macon)
Elizabeth Debicki and Robert Pattinson have signed for roles in Christopher Nolan’s next movie, alongside previously announced star John David Washington.
The film — which Nolan has written and is also producing along with his partner Emma Thomas — is as-yet untitled, but production is slated to commence later this year, with Warner Bros pre-emptively reserving a premiere date for its release on July 17, 2020.
Debicki and Pattinson have both been busy in the lead-up to their latest role landings; with Debicki having starred in Netflix’s Cloverfield Paradox and Widows while also voicing a character in Peter Rabbit; while Pattinson has Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse, The King at Netflix, and Waiting for the Barbarians in the pipeline.
Nolan, conversely, is coming off the success of his World War II film Dunkirk — for which won three Academy Awards and his first best director Oscar nomination. The Warner Bros film also grossed US$526.9 million globally.