The six times Emmy-nominated actress Christina Hendricks is going to play the role of a cop in Brian De Palma’s film Domino.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the Lannister with one hand will be playing as another cop alongside Christina. Of course, he will be utilising his both hands in the movie just like in his real life. Brian De Palma will be directing the film and this one has nothing to do with Tony Scott’s Domino released in 2005. This movie will be shot in the streets and environment of Europe, according to The Wrap.
Christina Hendricks and Nikolaj will be having a mission together, to capture the murderer of a former partner of Nikolaj. The film will be a revenge thriller. These two new partners are unaware of the fact that their chief suspect is an American CIA agent in pursuit of an ISIS terror cell.
Three people are co-producing the film including, Michel Schønnemann for his Schønne Film in Denmark, Antonio Perez of Maestranza Films and Jaqueline de Gooeij for Zilvermeer in Belgium.
Most of the financing is covered by the on board producers but the film’s rights will be available at the Cannes Film Festival this month.
Christina Hendricks and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau both are talented performers on screen. Other than starring in a famous TV respectively both have also worked on various movies. Christina playing an important role in AMC’s Mad Men and Nikolaj is quite famous for his role of Jamie Lannister in HBO’s Game of Thrones. Being versatile actors I think they both will get along and do a good job in playing their respective roles.
Other Projects of the Stars
Other than Domino, Christina Hendricks is having five more movies in her pocket. So we will be seeing her a lot in the upcoming years. These films are Candy Jar (post-production),Crooked House (post-production), Pottersville (post-production), A Book of Common Prayer (pre-production), and The Burning Woman (filming).
The Burning Woman is an indie drama filming at the moment with a strong cast including Sienna Miller, Jacki Weaver, Aaron Paul and Christina Hendricks.
Coster-Waldau will be seen in movies, 3 Things and Short Caller. Both of these projects are completed and ready to hit the theatres.