On the appearing entrance, the actor will subsequent star in ‘Deep Water’, reverse Ana de Armas
Hollywood star Ben Affleck is ready to direct the upcoming adaptation of bestselling guide sequence “Keeper of the Lost Cities” for Disney.
The actor-filmmaker may also produce the live-action challenge by his banner Pearl Avenue, reported Deadline.
He’s at the moment engaged on the script with scribe Kate Gritmon.
Written by Shannon Messenger, “Keeper of the Lost Cities” follows a telepathic woman who should determine why she is the key to her brand-new world earlier than the incorrect particular person finds the reply first. “When 12-year-old Sophie lastly discovers the place her secret telepathic skill comes from, she learns she’s truly not human however is from one other world that exists side-by-side with ours,” the official plotline learn.
Madison Ainley will function an govt producer.
This isn’t the first time that Affleck is tackling a guide adaptation. His earlier directorials “The City”, “Argo” and “Stay By Evening” have been all based mostly on novels.
On the appearing entrance, the actor will subsequent star in “Deep Water”, reverse Ana de Armas, and Ridley Scott’s “The Final Duel”, co-starring Matt Damon and Adam Driver. He may also reprise his position of Batman in DC film “The Flash”.
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