At this point it feels like we should be reporting on who isn’t joining the ensemble of Terrence Malick‘s Knight of Cups, but nonetheless another actor has decided to join in on the fun. While their films squared off last month with Easy Money and The Dark Knight Rises, Joel Kinnaman will now join Christian Bale in the upcoming feature.
The RoboCop remake lead confirmed his involvement in an interview with the Swedish outlet Svd, where he will play “a rich playboy” alongside’s Bale’s “depressed writer” character. Nothing else is known and suprisingly no set pictures of The Killing actor have surfaced, the major way we’ve learned much of the cast have joined; and those members include, but are certainly not limited to Cate Blanchett, Wes Bentley, Freida Pinto, Isabel Lucas, Imogen Poots, Teresa Palmer, Joe Manganiello and Ryan O’Neal.
We’ve also got confirmation of Antonio Banderas‘ involvement in the film, after some early rumors, as extra Brett Anderson shared he has scenes with the star, as well as Bale. He also mentioned a June 2013 release date for the film, which is of course far from confirmed considering the lack of distribution and Malick’s usual work routine. Plus, actors seem to be the last to know when their film will actually hit screens.
In fact, his next film To the Wonder, which is set to premiere in just a few weeks at Venice also has yet to get acquired, so hopefully we’ll get word on that, as well as more info on this one soon. In the meantime, this Knight of Cups shoot has pretty much resulted in a free-for-all when it comes to reveals of Malick, so see some photos below thanks to One Big Soul, also featuring other cast members such as Bale, Pinto and Lucas.
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