Entertainment "Dungeons & Dragons": Hugh Grant becomes the villain
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The cast of the "Dungeons & Dragons" film had already made people sit up and take notice, now they have a prominent name richer: Hollywood star Hugh Grant slips into the role of the antagonist Forge Fletcher.
Chris Pine ("Wonder Woman"), Michelle Rodriguez (Fast & Furious 9 "), Justice Smith (" Pokémon Detective Pikachu ") and last but not least" Bridgerton "shooting star Regé-Jean Page: For an as yet untitled fantasy film based on based on the popular pen & paper role-playing game "Dungeons & Dragons", a well-known ensemble has already been cast, and it has now become known who embodies the antagonist - and here a real heavyweight actor has been engaged: Hugh Grant will be in the film adaptation of "Dungeons & Dragons"
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Nothing is known about the plot, but it appears that Grant's character is named Forge Fletcher, and the 60-year-old British guy was recently nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in the HBO miniseries "The Undoing" Work is in progress at the moment: Hugh Grant is currently filming Guy Ritchie's action thriller "Five Eyes"."Game Night" filmmaker at work
The Hollywood star, most recently with "T he Gentlemen "- which was also directed by Guy Ritchie - can be seen in the cinema, is not the only newcomer to the cast of" Dungeons & Dragons ": Sophia Lillis, who also appeared in the horror films" It ", is joined by another familiar face to the project. It has long been known that Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley will direct and write the script themselves. With "Game Night" the duo landed a surprise hit.
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Can you also implement the fantasy phenomenon "Dungeons & Dragons" in such a way that both the mainstream and the fan base are satisfied with it? The role-playing game is characterized by a colorful mixture of war games, treasure hunts, friendly cooperation and, last but not least, the necessary ounce of luck. In the associated world, besides humans, there are also elves and orcs as well as all sorts of other fantasy creatures.Similar articles on the topic
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