Olga Kurylenko and Luke Bracey have joined Pierce Brosnan in spy thriller “November Man”, according to Screen Daily. Roger Donaldson is directing the film which also stars Bill Smitrovich. Brosnan plays an ex-CIA agent who “races against a former protégé to protect a woman with a secret.” Filming begins on May 20th.
Kurylenko is one of our Faces to Watch in 2013 thanks to her dueling roles in Tom Cruise’s sci-fi epic “Oblivion” and Terrence Malick’s latest, “To the Wonder.” It’s clear the “Quantum of Solace” Bond Girl is not resting on those laurels and continuing to pick diverse and interesting roles, including her latest as the headmistress of YA adaptation “Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters.”
Australian actor Bracey is a name we often hear being shortlisted for high profile roles – from “Singularity” (scrapped) to “Need for Speed” (which went to Aaron Paul) to “Divergent” (which went to Theo James) – with small roles in rom com “Monte Carlo” opposite Leighton Meester and “G.I. Joe: Retaliation.”