Oscar-winning producer Steve McQueen has set his next highlight. He will write, direct and produce Blitz, in view of his unique thought. McQueen has set the film at New Regency and McQueen’s Lammas Park will deliver close by Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner of Working Title Films.
This reunites McQueen with New Regency, where he made the Oscar Best Picture victor 12 Years a Slave, and Widows. The new film will start creation one year from now, and McQueen is staying quiet about plot particulars. This returns McQueen to the element game after his widely praised treasury series Small Ax, which investigated life for West Indian settlers in London, and won five BAFTAs. He then co-coordinated and delivered three narratives for BBC and Amazon, Black Power: A British Story of Resistance, Subnormal: A British Scandal, and Uprising.
New Regency administrator and CEO Yariv Milchan called McQueen “an unimaginably skilled movie producer and an amazing narrator. We are charmed to proceed with our organization with him on this thrilling new venture.”
Said McQueen: “The group at New Regency have been superb accomplices to me throughout the long term. I’m excited to work with Arnon, Yariv, and Michael again and exceptionally eager to unite with Tim and Eric at Working Title Films.”
McQueen’s ascent to the A-rundown came subsequent to making his Cannes Camera d’Or-winning film Hunger, and circling back to Michael Fassbender on Shame and 12 Years a Slave, last option of which won nine Oscars including Best Supporting Actress for Lupita Nyong’o and Best Adapted Screenplay for John Ridley. He followed with Widows, which featured Viola Davis, Cynthia Erivo, Elizabeth Debicki, Michelle Rodriguez and Liam Neeson. Rush will be his fifth component executive excursion.
Working Title’s Bevan and Fellner have the Joe Wright-coordinated Cyrano impending, and created the as of late delivered Edgar Wright-coordinated Last Night in Soho.
New Regency has the impending melodic Everybody’s Talking About Jamie; the Adrian Lyne-coordinated Deep Water with Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas; the Robert Eggers-coordinated The Northman featuring Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman and Willem Dafoe; and the untitled film from David O. Russell that stars Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Robert De Niro, Mike Myers and Chris Rock.