Oscar-nominated Djimon Hounsou has also joined the sci-fi thriller “Without the Sound,” starring Emily Blunt in a female lead, the Hollywood Reporter reported.
Last year’s independent production, Without Sound, was shot for just $ 17 million ($ 5 billion) by John Krasinski’s wife of actor-director and screenwriter Emily Blunt, the Golden Globe winner. The film about the family of all-out-of-the-box extraterrestrials has become a box office success, has been nominated for an Oscar, and has won numerous prestigious awards, and has been selected by the American Film Institute (AFI) as one of the best films of the year.
According to a Hollywood magazine, Brian Tyree Henry would have joined the sequel, which Krasinski again directs but is no longer in, but his role will eventually be played by Djimon Hounsou. Noah Jupe and Milicent Simmons are back in the cast, and Cillian Murphy will also be seen as a new cast.
Paramount set its premiere without sound on May 15, 2020.
Hounsout last on Shazam! and the Marvel captain. Next year, Charlie’s Angels at Sony and King’s Man: The Beginnings of Fox-Disney are set to hit the cinema.