Jeremy Irvine, Phoebe Fox cast in The Woman In Black Angel Of Death. The casting of Jeremy Irvine and Phoebe Fox in The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death (2014) answers the question of who will star in The Woman In Black sequel. The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death is being directed by Tom Harper.
On the plot sequel film and the writer of its screenplay:
The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death, which picks up 40 years after the original film that starred Daniel Radcliffe and grossed $130M worldwide. The new story is set during World War II after the government has seized the eerie Eel Marsh House and a group of evacuated children arrives to awaken its scary tenant. Jon Croker, a story editor on the first film, wrote the screenplay.
On the other people behind the scenes of The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death:
Producers on Angel Of Death are Exclusive Media’s Tobin Armbrust and Simon Oakes, Cross Creek Pictures’ Brian Oliver and Talisman Films’ Richard Jackson. Roy Lee of Vertigo is exec producing.
On Jeremy Irvine:
Jeremy Irvine is an English stage and screen actor. In late 2011, Irvine starred as the leading character in the epic war film War Horse directed by Steven Spielberg and based on an adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’ children’s novel. War Horse was nominated for six Academy awards, two Golden Globes and five BAFTAs. The movie became a box office success and turned Irvine into an overnight film star. Later work included starring as Pip in the 2012 adaptation of Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations, directed by Mike Newell alongside Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham Carter. Other work has included the romantic film Now Is Good with Dakota Fanning and subsequently The Railway Man with Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman.
On Phoebe Fox:
Phoebe Fox is a British actress currently living in London following her training at RADA. In 2010 she appeared in A Month in the Country at Chichester Festival Theatre. The following year she starred in As You Like It at the Rose Theatre, The Acid Test at the Royal Court Theatre upstairs and There Is A War at the National Theatre as part of their Double Feature in the Paintframe. Based on these performances she was nominated for the 2011 Evening Standard Theatre Award for Outstanding Newcomer.
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