Domhnall Gleeson, Michelle Pfeiffer and more join Jennifer Lawrence’s latest drama

Domhnall Gleeson and Michelle Pfeiffer

by James White |
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You might think that Domhnall Gleeson's schedule would be full for the next few years given how many movies he's been cast in. But he's finding time for yet another, joining an untitled new Jennifer Lawrence drama alongside Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris and Domhnall's brother Brian Gleeson.

Darren Aronofsky is directing the new movie from his script, which reportedly follows what happens when a couple's tranquil relationship is disturbed by uninvited guests who arrive at their home. Nothing is really known beyond that, but Aronofsky is building a superb cast for his latest, with Javier Bardem also part of the line-up. He'll be looking to start shooting in June.

Gleeson as mentioned has a few projects in the works, including returning as General Hux for Star Wars: Episode VIII and National Lampoon magazine founding comedy A Futile & stupid Gesture. He's also up to play Winnie the Pooh creator AA Milne in Goodbye Christopher Robin.

Pfeiffer has worked on TV movie The Wizard Of Lies about financial con man Bernie Madoff and indie pic Beat-up Little Seagull. Harris will be back on our screens in Warren Beatty's latest, an untitled film about Howard Hughes and has James Franco's In Dubious Battle and action thriller Geostorm under his belt. As for Brian Gleeson, he's part of the cast for Assassin's Creed, which will be out on December 26 this year.

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