Peter Dinklage and Matt Reeves Are Teaming Up For a Post-Apocalyptic Film Called LAST SONS OF AMERICA
Peter Dinklage is going to have a lot more free time on his hands to do stuff with Game of Thrones coming to an end. He just signed on to star in a new post-apocalyptic film called Last Sons of America for Netflix and Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, The Batman) is set to produce the new film.
The movie will be an adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name that comes from writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson and illustrator Matthew Dow Smith. Here’s the description of the graphic novel:
When a biological terrorist attack makes it impossible for anyone in America to conceive, those looking to start a family must rely on adoption of children from around the world. Brothers Jackie and Julian are adoption agents based in Nicaragua, securing deals with families willing to give their children up for adoption. The duo usually conduct their adoptions through legal means but it becomes more difficult when child kidnapping becomes the norm. Desperate and running out of options, Jackie snatches a young runaway, unaware that he’s grabbed the daughter of a local crime lord. In over their heads and on the run, the two brothers fall into the mystery at the root of their world’s status quo; a mystery much darker than they might be able to bear.
Dinklage will take on the role of Julian, who is one of the brothers at the center of the story, and Deadline reports that the setting will be changed from Nicaragua to Columbia.
Josh Mond (James White) is set to direct the film from a script that he will write. This sounds like it will make a great film project and there’s no doubt that Dinklage will once again deliver an awesome performance.