- Wonder co-stars Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson will star in the impending film Project Artemis, as indicated by a report from Deadline.
leader maker, and star of Netflix’s hit show Ozark will coordinate the film from screenwriter Rose Gilroy, while Johansson will fill in as a maker with Jonathan Lia and Keenan Flynn. The film will be created under Bateman’s Aggregate Films pennant.
Plot subtleties for Project Artemis are slim right now, yet sources near the creation guarantee the film will occur during the noteworthy space race among Russia and the United States all through the mid-twentieth century.
The Space Race occurred over the range of twenty years:
The US and the Soviet Union contended in the space of innovation and investigation past Earth as the two of them looked to spread the word about their presence in the immense scopes of room. It was during this time that NASA sent off the Hubble Space Telescope and the world saw the main man land on the moon.
Apple has bought dissemination privileges for Project Artemis in a $100m bargain just a short time after it impacted the world forever by turning into the principal web-based feature to win Best Picture with CODA, for which it recently paid $25m. It’s anything but an obvious move, as the organization has been making a run at other real time features as of late, snatching up films like Martin Scorsese’s forthcoming Killers of the Flower Moon and the Taron Egerton-featuring Tetris.