Official Secrets to film UK next year
A feature film about the build-up to the 2003 Iraq war is gearing up for production in the UK next year, after a hiatus which saw the project change hands.
Raindog Films - run by Colin Firth and Ged Doherty – is overseeing production of Official Secrets alongside one of the original LA-based producers.
Gavin Hood, director of Eye in the Sky, which was also for Raindog, is at the helm.
Subscribers to Production Intelligence can log in and follow the project for updates. The three producers, line producer, location manager and key UK filming locations are already listed on the site.
Little has been confirmed about the current cast but the original line-up included Anthony Hopkins and Harrison Ford.
Several major films are gearing up for production in the UK in Q1 of next year, including The Aeronauts, Detective Pikachu and Robert Downey Jr’s Doctor Dolittle feature.
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