Keira Knightley will appear in “Boston Strangler”.
The 36-year-old actress teams up with Matt Ruskin on a project based on the infamous Boston Strangler, the name given to 13 female murderers in Boston, Massachusetts in the 1960s.
According to Deadline, the film focuses on investigative journalist Loretta McLaughlin. He, along with fellow journalist Jean Cole, linked the murder and broke the story about Strangler.
Nightly will play the role of Loretta in a film that will begin filming in Boston in December.
Sir Ridley Scott and Kevin Walsh will make a film with Tom Ackerley and Josie McNamara.
In July, it was revealed that Knightley would lead the voice actor of “Charlotte” alongside the star-studded lineup.
Jim Broadbent, Sam Claflin, Henry Czerny, Eddie Marsan, Sophie Okonedo, Mark Strong and the late Helen McCrory also spoke to the project.
This movie is a work after Charlotte Salomon, a young woman who grew up during World War II, demonstrated her artistry and created a masterpiece.
“Charlotte” is directed by Eric Warin and Tahir Rana, who wrote the script by Eric Rutherford and David Bezmozgis.
The drama is by Salomon, an autobiographical series “Life or Theater?”
Jen Gorton, Executive Vice President of Production and Sales at Sierra / Affinity, said:
“The story of’Charlotte’is worthy of being told, and I am confident that the cast’s immense talent combined with the direction of the filmmaking team will reach and impress adults around the world.”
Keira Knightley Appears in Boston Strangler | Movie
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