The Greg Berlanti Welcomes Ray Romano In Apple Space Race Movie “Project Artemis”
According to a reports, Ray Romano has been chosen by director Greg Berlanti to join the cast of his space race movie Project Artemis, which is set in the 1960s. Actor Romano joins Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum in the film. These Pictures, the business owned by Johansson and her coworkers Jonathan Lia and Keenan Flynn, is producing the movie. The movie’s rights were won by Apple in a very competitive auction.
After a remarkable performance behind the camera in his feature directorial debut, Somewhere in Queens, produced by Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions and given its Tribeca premiere earlier this year, Romano joins the movie. He recently joined the sitcom Bupkis, and he will also act in a biography of Jim Valvano.
The Pack, starring Alexander Skarsgrd and Florence Pugh, was recently announced as having Rose Gilroy as its writer. The script for this film is touted as a romantic comedy set against the 1968 Apollo 11 moon launch. Since specifics have been kept under wraps, little else is currently known about the plot.
Jason Bateman was originally slated to direct the picture, but the multi-talented actor left the endeavour in June of this year, citing creative differences as the cause. The movie has been in development for a while, and Apple is said to have spent more than $100 million to get the rights to distribute it. Berlanti took over for Bateman in July. Even still, it wasn’t the project’s most recent notable departure. The original actor, Chris Evans, had to drop out because the filming dates didn’t work with when he had to shoot Pain Hustlers and the Christmas streaming movie Red One, in which he will star with Dwayne Johnson.
The producer of television shows like Riverdale, The Flash, and The Flight Attendant, Berlanti has recently enjoyed success. In addition, he is in charge of the whole DC TV universe, which includes Arrow and Doom Patrol. He also worked as a producer on My Policeman, a romantic comedy with Emma Corrin and Harry Styles that you can buy on Amazon.
The romantic comedy Life As We Know It, starring Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel, and the 2018 release Love, Simon, starring Nick Robinson and Jennifer Garner, are among his best-known works as a director. Love, Simon was a box office and critical success, and it inspired the Disney+ television series Love, Victor.
Following the release of a casting call looking for extras who could play NASA employees and FBI officers, it was revealed that filming had started on October 27.