The actors of the film eco-thriller Cara Delevingne
According to Variety, Cara Delevingne will star in an eco-thriller The climb. The climb will tell the true story of activists who protested Shell Oil’s plan to drill in the Arctic by scaling the London Shard, Europe’s tallest building. Delevingne will play one of six main characters, who is portrayed as the leader of the excursion and an adventurous daredevil. The climb is written and will be directed by Hayley Easton Streetwho is a first-time director but served as art director on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Justice Leagueand the fantastic beasts series.
The project of The climb is to shoot the film using The Volume technology, making the film a virtual production. It was the same technology that was used to shoot The Mandalorian and Boba Fett’s Book, so moviegoers should expect a visual spectacle. The technology involves filming live actors and artificial sets in front of large LED video walls. This technology has only been used in four movies and four TV shows before, but only one of these movies and two TV shows have aired so far. The Batman, Thor: Love and thunder, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania are the next movies, while Obi Wan Kenobi and The Acolyte serve as tv shows.
Delevingne is a popular model and actress known for her appearances in films such as paper towns, suicide squadand Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. The multi-faceted artist was last seen in the Amazon original series Carnival Rowas well as the movie life in a year opposite Jaden Smith. She is currently set to join the cast of Hulu’s Only murders in the building for season 2, and will appear in future films Punk opposite Machine Gun Kellyand say it like a woman, an anthology film.
The climb is produced by Eclipse Films. It’s unclear when production will begin, but it seems likely sooner rather than later. Writer and director Street recently spoke about The climbsaying:
“My passion for this project is unwavering, it’s the perfect subject matter, style and technical challenge for me. Using the skills I’ve honed over the past 20 years, ‘The Climb’ draws inspiration from all the aspects of my life and work, I couldn’t be more excited to bring this important environmental story to life and let the incredible characters and heart-pounding action really shine on screen.
The climb does not have a release date at this time.
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