“Destruction,” an action thriller starring Tom Hardy and Forest Whitaker, has balanced its cast.
Notwithstanding the recently reported Hardy and Whitaker, the Netflix movie will likewise feature Timothy Olyphant, “Training Day” and “The Umbrella Academy” actor Justin Cornwell, star of the upcoming Edgar Wright horror film “Last Night in Soho” Jessie Mei Li and Malaysian actress Yeo Yann Yann. Supporting cast members incorporate Quelin Sepulveda, “Boogie Nights” and “Magnolia” entertainer Luis Guzmán, “Headshot” star Sunny Pang, and UFC blended military craftsman Michelle Waterson.
“Havoc” happens after a medication bargain turned out badly and fixates on a wounded investigator who should battle his way through a criminal underworld world to save a government official’s offended child, while disentangling a profound snare of debasement and scheme that catches his whole city.
Gareth Evans is writing and directing the film as a feature of his as of late declared arrangement to direct films exclusively for Netflix for the following quite a while. “Havoc” will be Evans first element under the new creative partnership.
Since quite a while ago situated in Indonesia, Evans is the director of kinetic action films “The Raid: Redemption” and “The Raid II” that enjoyed international success in 2011 and 2014, separately. Alongside his first feature, “Merantau,” the movies spawned a host of imitators, with many endeavoring to incorporate lesser-known types of combative techniques. On the TV front, he co-created the TV crime series “Gangs of London.”
Olyphant, most popular for the FX Western series “Justified,” had a part in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” as well as “Santa Clarita Diet” and the latest season of “The Mandalorian.”
Cornwell as of late showed up in the Netflix unique melodic “Jingle Jangle” and acted close by Chris Pine in the mini-series “I Am the Night.” Li at present stars in Netflix’s fantasy series “Shadow and Bone” as Alina Starkov and was in a 2019 phase creation of “About Eve.”
Yeo is a Malaysia-born, Singapore-based actor whose vocation bounced back with her featuring part in Anthony Chen’s foreign language Oscar competitor “Ilo” and Chen’s subsequent film “Wet Season.” She likewise got an Emmy assignment in 2020 for her role in HBO Asia series “Invisible Stories.” “My heart is filled with excitement,” she told. “[I] can’t wait to start the shoot.”
Makers on “Havoc” include Hardy, Evans for One More One Productions, Ed Talfan for Severn Screen and Aram Tertzakian for XYZ Films.
Yeo is managed by Echelon Talent Management.