Scarlett Johansson to star in true crime thriller Featherwood
Scarlett Johansson is set to star in Featherwood, a true crime thriller about an FBI informant who infiltrates the Aryan Brotherwood.
According to the deadline, Scarlett Johansson is going to star Feather woodtrue crime thriller about Carol Blevins, an FBI informant who brought down members of the Aryan Brotherhood in Texas.
Based on the award-winning Dallas Morning News series by Pulitzer Prize finalist Scott Farwell, Feather wood tells Blevins’ story, “heroin addict and ‘Aryan Princess featherwood’ (property of a gang member) who became one of the FBI’s most important informants during a massive, six-year investigation into the crime of murder, neo-Nazi and drug syndicate to the called the Aryan Brotherhood Of Texas. Blevins, who lived with the group, helped detail, premeditated murders and robberies that prevented them, by convicting 13 members of the group. However, her harrowing journey has left her with significant physical and mental scars and she lives in constant danger of retaliation by the ABT.” Feeling intense, and the deadline says many customers are already seeing the potential for rewards.
Feather wood to be directed by Andrea Arnold, known for American honey and several episodes of HBO The big little lies. Arnold is currently in post-production on Bird, a drama starring Barry Keoghan (Burn the salt). Ned Benson, who had a hand in the script for Black Widowwrote the screenplay.
Scarlett Johansson will next be seen opposite Channing Tatum in Greg Berlanti’s romantic comedy set against the backdrop of the 1960s space race. The film was previously known Artemis project free but it is expected to get a new title before its release 12 July.
The actress has also lent her voice to it Transformers one, a Paramount animated feature that tells an origin story set on Cybertron dealing with the friendship and conflict between Autobot Optimus Prime (Chris Hemsworth) and Decepticon Megatron (Brian Tyree Henry). The film is expected to hit theatres September 12th. Franchise producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura has hoped that the film will be the start of a new trilogy. “Hopefully there’s enough emotional build-up for that, that would make it a trilogy because, personally, I think there’s a natural trilogy,” said the representative. “I’m not always looking to make multiple films, but there’s a natural trilogy around their relationship. So, you’re going to see Cybertron in a way that you’ve never seen it before, no one has ever seen it before. Because we’re doing animation, we’re allowed to go outside. If you tried to make this live action, it would probably be a billion dollar movie or something.“