Orlando Bloom to Star in Boxing Thriller ‘The Cut’ for Director Sean Ellis-EFM

Exclusive: Pirates of the Caribbean And Carnival Row Star Orlando Bloom is attached to play a retired boxer in the psychological thriller to cutwhich the exchange is launching ahead of the EFM in Berlin.

Bloom will be the tough guy coming out of retirement to fight for his championship title with a tough and unsanctioned weight loss program with a coach who knows no limits, cutting himself off from reality and loved ones as he spirals out of control. going Filming is scheduled to begin in Nevada in the summer of 2023.

Sean Ellis, Thriller director Anthropoid and the BAFTA-nominated crime-drama Metro Manilawill direct an adapted screenplay by Justin Bull (small pickle) from a story by Mark Lane.

Producer James Harris (47 meters down) and Mark Lane (47 meters down) Tea Shop Productions and Orlando Bloom and Adam Karasik (3:10 to Yuma) the amazing owl.

WME Independent is co-representing domestic sales with The Exchange. We hear there is initial interest among buyers.

“We are thrilled to represent this project. Sean’s track record as an inventive and dynamic director, combined with Orlando’s planned full-body transformation, promises an incredible cinematic journey, says Nat McCormick of The Exchange.

Bloom recently stopped production Gran Turismowhich will be released by Sony Pictures and A24 Magicians!. Recent credits included revenge And the outpostAnd he will next be seen in season two of Amazon Carnival Rowon which he is also an executive producer.

Exchange’s EFM’23 line-up also includes projects by Octavia Spencer, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Lucy Liu Nobody Nothing NowhereJeffrey Dean Morgan and Guy Pearce Neponset Circle and Olivia Munn show again.

Bloom is repped by WME and Felker Toczek Suddleson Abramson McGinnis Ryan, and Ellis by UTA and Independent Talent Group.

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