Sam Claflin, recognized for taking part in Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games, will star in Lionsgate’s upcoming supernatural thriller titled Bagman.
Sam Claflin is about to star in Lionsgate’s upcoming supernatural thriller Bagman. Claflin rose to prominence after enjoying Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games franchise from 2013 to 2015. Since then, he is starred in Me Before You and performed Oswald on Peaky Blinders. The 35-year-old actor has beforehand labored with Lionsgate, who produced The Hunger Gamesin addition to the upcoming Bagman. Bagman tells the story of a father (Claflin) who has to face his fears when a monster who haunted him in childhood comes again to threaten him and his household.
THR studies that Claflin will lead Bagman.Colm McCarthy, who helmed Peaky Blinders season 2, is directing; although they each had a hand on the hit tv sequence, this marks the primary time Claflin and McCarthy will work collectively. The screenwriter is John Hulme, and the producers are Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey, who’ve each labored on YA titles like Maze Runner and Twilight. Jorge Alfaro and Meredith Wieck are the Lionsgate executives who will oversee Bagman.
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Given Claflin’s background in addition to the producers behind Bagman, it appears potential that the movie will draw on the YA style. However, it’s troublesome to inform what sort of tone Bagman will strike, as few particulars have been launched past Claflin’s involvement and the logline. In only a few days, the movie can be introduced to consumers on the Cannes Film Festival. No matter what the movie seems to be like, followers of Finnick and Oswald from Peaky Blinders alike are certain to be thrilled to see Claflin taking heart stage.
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