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Studiocanal Acquires Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson’s ‘Lost City of Z’ for Multiple Territories

Studiocanal Acquires Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson’s ‘Lost City of Z’ for Multiple Territories

PARIS– Pan-European major Studiocanal has acquired James Gray’s anticipated “Lost City of Z,” starring Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller and Tom Holland, in multiple territories.

Studiocanal will distribute the action-adventure film in France, the U.K., Germany and Australia/New Zealand.

Sold by Sierra/Affinity, “Lost City of Z” is produced by Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner via Plan B Entertainment along with Anthony Katagas and Dale Johnson.

Based on David Grann’s 2009 novel, “Lost City of Z” follows the adventures of Percy Fawcett, a soldier and explorer who embarked with his son on an expedition to find the mythical kingdom of El Dorado in the Amazon jungles of Brazil and disappeared.

The ambitious pic marks Gray’s follow-up to “The Immigrant,” his 2013 period drama with Marion Cotillard that world premiered in competition at Cannes. “Lost City of Z,” however, is not expected to play in Cannes since it’s still in early post and will not be completed in time for the festival.

MadRiver Pictures’ Marc Butan is exec producing with Mica’s Julie B. May and Glenn Murray. Mica Entertainment is financing.

“Lost City of Z” shot in Belfast, Northern Ireland and in Colombia. Sierra/Affinity unveiled a promo at the EFM.

Source: Variety.com

Charlie Filming ‘Lost City of Z’ in Belfast – September 6th

Charlie was seen on the set of Lost City of Z in Belfast, Ireland on September 6th. More photos in the gallery:

Charlie Filming ‘Lost City of Z’ in Belfast – September 3rd

Charlie was seen on the set of Lost City of Z in Belfast, Ireland earlier today. See the photos below:

Charlie Filming ‘Lost City of Z’ in NI

Check out the first photo of Charlie as legendary British explorer Percy Fawcett while filming the upcoming Biopic Lost City of Z in Northern Ireland.

According to U.TV both Charlie and his co-star Sienna Miller were seen filming in Ballintoy. “The seaside village which has already become used to global attention, given previous filming of popular fantasy series Game of Thrones.”

The Lost City of Z centres on legendary British explorer Percy Fawcett, who ventured into the Amazon jungle in search of a fabled civilization in 1925 and never returned.

Miller plays Fawcett’s wife Nina, while Pattinson plays Fawcett’s fellow explorer Henry Costin.

The film is directed by James Gray, while Brad Pitt is among the producers.

Charlie Hunnam Joins ‘Lost City of Z’

Charlie Hunnam Joins ‘Lost City of Z’

Congratulations to Charlie! It’s very exciting to see so many new projects lined up for him. As a fan I could not be happier for his continued success.

Charlie Hunnam will star in James Gray’s “Lost City of Z” alongside Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson. The project has just locked down financing from MICA Entertainment.

Sierra/Affinity will continue international sales at the Berlin Film Festival this week. CAA represents domestic rights.

Production is expected to start this summer. The project is based on David Grann’s 2009 book of the same name.

Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner are producing through their Plan B Entertainment along with Dale Johnson and Anthony Katagas. Marc Butan is exec producing with MICA Entertainment’s Julie B. May and Glenn Murray.

Hunnam will portray Percy Fawcett, a British surveyor who disappeared in the 1920s while searching for a mythical city in the Amazon jungles of Brazil that he believed he discovered on a prior expedition.

Benedict Cumberbatch had been attached to play the Fawcett part in “The Lost City of Z” in 2013 but opted last year to join Marvel’s “Doctor Strange.”

Hunnam is currently in production as the lead on Warner Bros.’ “Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur” from director Guy Ritchie. He will next be seen in Guillermo del Toro’s “Crimson Peak” and recently wrapped his starring role in FX’s “Sons of Anarchy.”

Source: variety.com

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