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Noah to star in a Benjamin Franklin series

According to Deadline, Noah is set to co-star as Temple Franklin, Benjamin Franklin’s grandson (Michael Douglas), in an 8-episode mini-series for Apple. The filming is underway in Paris.

Apple’s Untitled Benjamin Franklin series starring Michael Douglas is underway in Versailles, just outside Paris, we can reveal.
Noah Jupe (A Quiet Place) is set to star alongside Douglas (as Benjamin Franklin) in the role of Temple Franklin, the diplomat and secretary to his grandfather Benjamin.
The eight-episode limited drama explores the story of one of the greatest gambles of Benjamin Franklin’s career. At age 70, without any diplomatic training, Franklin convinced France – an absolute monarchy – to underwrite America’s experiment in democracy. By virtue of his fame, charisma, and ingenuity, Franklin outmaneuvered British spies, French informers, and hostile colleagues, all while engineering the Franco-American alliance of 1778 and the final peace with England of l783. The eight-year French mission stands as Franklin’s most vital service to his country, without which America would not have won the Revolution.

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Noah to star in sci-fi ‘Morning’

According to Deadline, Noah has been cast in another new project. This time, a sci-fi film called ‘Morning’ which will alsto star Benedict Cumberbatch and Laura Dern.

Here’s a strong one for the virtual EFM market. Oscar and BAFTA winner Laura Dern (Big Little Lies), A Quiet Place star Noah Jupe and Oscar nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) have been set to star in new Justin Kurzel (Nitram) project Morning, which HanWay is launching.

The film is set in a near future where society has a pill that does away with the need to sleep. With the added help of an artificial sun, there is no end to morning daylight, living and work. However, as a young generation grows up deprived of the world of sleep, they consider rebelling to reclaim their dreams.

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Noah to star in ‘Dreaming’ Wild’

Following the news that Noah is to star in the remake of ‘The Lost Boys’, he is also set to star in a musical biopic called ‘Dreamin’ Wild’, playing Donnie Emerson.

Oscar winner Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea), Emmy and Grammy winner Beau Bridges (One Night in Miami…), Emmy nominees Zooey Deschanel (New Girl) and Walton Goggins (The Righteous Gemstones), Jack Dylan Grazer (We Are Who We Are), Noah Jupe (Ford v Ferrari) and Chris Messina (I Care a Lot) have signed on to star in Dreamin’ Wild, a film from writer-director Bill Pohlad, which has entered production in Spokane, Washington.

Like Pohlad’s critically acclaimed second feature, Love & Mercy, which told the story of Beach Boys leader Brian Wilson, Dreamin’ Wild is set in the world of music, telling the true story of instrumental and vocal duo Donnie and Joe Emerson and their family.

When Dreamin’ Wild – the album Donnie self-recorded as a teenager in 1979, with his brother Joe – is re-discovered decades later and meets critical acclaim, adult Donnie is forced to confront ghosts from the past and grapple with the emotional toll his dreams have taken on the family who supported him.

Affleck and Jupe will play the adult and teenage versions of Donnie, with Goggins and Grazer portraying those of Joe. Deschanel will play Donnie’s wife Nancy, with Bridges as Emerson patriarch Don Sr., and Messina as Light in the Attic Records executive Matt Sullivan.

Source: Deadline

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Noah to star in a remake of ‘The Lost Boys’

According to The Wrap, Noah is set to star in remake of the classic 1987 horror flick ‘The Lost Boys’ along with Jaeden Martell of ‘It’ fame.

Warner Bros. is prepping a remake of Joel Schumacher’s 1987 film “The Lost Boys” and has tapped Noah Jupe (“A Quiet Place”) and Jaeden Martell (“It”) to star.

Jonathan Entwistle (“The End of the F***ing World”) will direct the new, re-imagined “Lost Boys” film, and Randy McKinnon, who is also writing the “Static Shock” film for the studio, is working on the script.

Though plot details are being kept under wraps, the film is said to be set in the modern day.

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The cult horror comedy starred Jason Patric and Corey Haim and was the story of two brothers who move to a California beach town and discover that it’s a haven for vampires.