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Noah to star in ‘The Carpenter’s Son’

According to Deadline, Noah is set to star as The Boy in Lotfy Nathan’s ‘The Carpenter’s Son’, a horror film about Jesus’ life. Read more at the link.

Nicolas Cage, FKA Twigs, Noah Jupe and Souheila Yacoub are set to star in Egyptian-American director Lotfy Nathan’s The Carpenter’s Son exploring the rarely told story of the childhood of Jesus with a horror take.


Per the official synopsis, “The Carpenter’s Son tells the dark story of a family hiding out in Roman Egypt. The son, known only as ‘the Boy’, is driven to doubt by another mysterious child and rebels against his guardian, the Carpenter, revealing inherent powers and a fate beyond his comprehension. As he exercises his own power, the Boy and his family become the target of horrors, natural and divine.”


The Carpenter’s Son is scheduled to shoot this summer.

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Noah for Cultured Magazine

There’s a new interview out with Noah in Cultured Magazine and you can read that at the link. It also features a new photoshoot which has been added to the gallery.

Working alongside Hollywood icons (Natalie Portman, Michael Douglas, and Christian Bale, to name a few) is no new ground for 19-year-old British actor Noah Jupe. With a career that sprouted at the age of 13 with appearances on Downton Abbey and George Clooney’s directorial debut Suburbicon, he has grown up on screen. (John Krasinski reportedly cast him to play his son in the horror smash hit A Quiet Place on Clooney’s recommendation.)

As he makes the transition from child actor to adult actor, Jupe has found himself grappling with the fear that many who start early share: of being “frozen in time” at the moment they first became famous. With his latest projects, Apple TV’s Franklin and Lady in the Lake, Jupe is ready to melt that image out of audience’s minds and reintroduce himself as an actor who contains multitudes.

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Noah to star in ‘Engleby’

According to Deadline, Noah is set to star in a new mini-series based on the murder mystery book ‘Engleby’ as the titular character. You can read more at the link.

Noah Jupe, who is starring opposite Michael Douglas in the Apple TV+ Benjamin Franklin biopic, is leading a TV drama adaptation of Sebastian Faulks’ cult classic Engleby.

Jupe will play the titular character, an enigmatic outsider who graduates from 1970s campus life to 1980s Fleet Street and beyond – haunted all the while by an unsolved mystery involving a friend and fellow student during their university days. The six-part drama is described as a “quintessential British murder mystery meets acute psychological character study, with a healthy dose of dark wit.”