Bill Nighy films Triple Word Score next month
Shoot dates are listed for subscribers on Production Intelligence along with key names including the casting director, line producer, production designer and DoP.
Screen reported recently that Bill Nighy will be joined by Sam Riley, Lindsay Duncan, Alice Lowe and Tim McInnerny in the film which centres on Alan, a tailor who becomes convinced that an online Scrabble opponent could be his missing son.
Carl Hunter makes his feature directorial debut, calling the shots from a screenplay by Frank Cottrell Boyce (Goodbye Christopher Robin, The Railway Man). Hurricane Films’ Sol Papadopoulos and Roy Boulter produce alongside Alan Latham of GSP Studios.
Triple Word Score is one of 118 projects in pre-production on PI, with feature films, high-end TV dramas, entertainment, documentaries and reality shows among the genres covered.
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Bill Nighy photo via Getty Images Ent/Hannes Magerstaedt.
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