The Killer delivered to Netflix in February 2021. Andrew Kevin Walker wrote the script for the film based on the comic book of the same name.
David Fincher has directed the upcoming American neo-noir film ‘The Killer’ which is adapted from Alexis Nolent’s French graphic novel series of the same name.
The plot revolves around an assassin who is characterised as aloof, methodical, cold, and untroubled by any regrets or objections. But this time as he waited for his next target from the shadows, he understood that he was gradually losing his mind.
When is ‘The Killer’ Released in 2023 and Where?
David Fincher was announced to direct the film in November 2007. The Killer was brought in to Netflix in February 2021. Andrew Kevin Walker wrote the script for the film based on the comic book of the same name.
Ceán Chaffin, Dede GardenerAnd Brad Pitt serves as producer for the upcoming film together with Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment. Principal photography for the film began in Paris in early November 2021.
Filming wrapped on March 28, 2022. The film’s release date was revealed to be January 18, 2023, in a preview of Netflix’s 2023 film listing uploaded on YouTube. The film will be released on Netflix on November 10 this year.
Cast of ‘The Killer’ (2023):
In the role of Christian aka The Killer, we will find an Irish actor Michael Fassbender in a future movie. Prior to being cast in the film’s titular character, the Academy Award-nominated actor had starred in a number of other film and tv credits before.
In 2011 he played the role of Brandon Sullivan in the British erotic psychological drama ‘Embarrassed‘ for which he was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the British Academy Film Awards.
In 2013 he was cast in the sci-fi film ‘Prometheus’ in the role of David which earned him his first Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actor in 2014.
For playing Steve Jobs in the 2015 biographical drama film ‘Steve Jobs, Fassbender was nominated for an additional Academy Award, this time for Best Actor.
american actor Charles Parnell is another cast member from the upcoming film who will be portraying several unnamed roles. Parnell previously starred in the role of John McCabe in the 2004 American multi-story comedy-drama film ‘Mind the Gap’.
As Assistant District Attorney for Worsheck he had a role in the 2007 American drama film ‘The Education of Charlie Banks. Portraying Arthur, Parnell was cast in the drama film ‘Paria’ in 2011.
In the 2018 psychological drama film ‘A Million Little Pieces’ he plays Miles Davis. He also plays RADM Solomon “Warlock” Bates in 2022′ action drama filmTop Weapon: Maverick‘.
Parnell will even be starring in two other upcoming films’Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One‘ and ‘The Venture Bros.: Radiant Is the Blood of the Baboon Heart’.
American actor, film director, and screenwriter Arlis Howard has been cast in the upcoming film. He also starred in a number of other films. Among these is the 1987 war drama film ‘Full Metal Jacket’ in which he played Private/Sergeant “Cowboy” Evans.
The following year he played Gregg Lindroff in the romantic crime film ‘Tequila Sunrise’. In the 1997 sci-fi action film’The Lost World: Jurassic Park‘ Howard played the role of Peter Ludlow.
In the 2009 romantic sci-fi drama film ‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’ he played Richard DeTamble.
Then in the 2011 biographical sports drama film ‘Moneyball’ Howard played Scott Hatteberg and in 2020 in another biographical drama film ‘Mank’ he played Marion Davies.
German-Brazilian actress Sophie Charlotte is another cast member of the upcoming film. She was cast in 2013 in the Brazilian drama film ‘Serra Pelada’ in the role of Thereza. As Gilda, she starred in the Brazilian film ‘Barata Ribeiro, 716’ in 2016.
Academy Award-winning British actress Tilda Swinton has also been announced as another cast member in the upcoming film.
Swinton won an Academy Award in 2007 for playing Karen Crowder in the American legal thriller ‘Michael Clayton’. She also won a British Academy Film Award under the Best Actress in a Supporting Role category for this role.
The following year she earned a nomination for an additional BAFTA Award as Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role as Katie Cox in the black comedy spy film ‘Burn After Reading’.
In 2011 she was nominated for a British Academy Film Award under the Best Actress in a Leading Role category for her role as Eva Khatchadourian in the psychological thriller drama ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’.